With 30k, you may want to keep using what's been in there. If it's regular you could probably go Synthetic blend, but I wouldn't go full syn.Mark_CT said:If I bye a 2006 RRS SC with 11,000 miles I might bring in my own Synthetic oil.
However, if I end up buying a 2006 with 30,000+ miles should I stick with the regular oil?
Yeah, and as a bonus the oil recommended by Land Rover (Castrol GTX 5W30) is also certified kosher. :lol:gooseyloosey said:Regular oil is made from real dinosaurs and is organic. Synthetic is full of artificial stuff and not sold at Whole Foods.
Along those lines, during GW I, the locals were stealing cans of the synthetic turbine oil used in the M1-A1tankumbertob said:Yeah, and as a bonus the oil recommended by Land Rover (Castrol GTX 5W30) is also certified kosher. :lol:
Land Rover will continue to...although of a different viscosity (5W-20.)
If you go back along the value chain far enough, you'll find the blow-up doll wouldn't have been possible without oil.texas911 said:FYI, synthetics are also made from oil.
And you're on a Range Rover forum because......Drevs said:There is a litany of things that will go wrong with your vehicle loooong before the ramifications of running conventional oil will ever manifest. But you know.... if you like supporting terrorism, then go right ahead. :clap: