Sorry, What's an oci?
What happened to the engine to warrant you build a 0 mile engine and fit...i understand it's a big expense and no one would want to go through that.I just had a rebuilt 0 mile engine put it. First oil change was at 1k miles. 2nd at 5k, now all changes will be at 6k.
Why would you abbreviate that … only you would know what it was! HaDepends of existing operation conditions
My engine threw the chain, so I got a rebuilt engine from tapa in california. I covered it here: Engine replacement - 2014 AutobiographyWhat happened to the engine to warrant you build a 0 mile engine and fit...i understand it's a big expense and no one would want to go through that.
After reading that i had a thought of re-evaluating my oci's...i think it's too late if any ware is done from before my ownership it would be evident already so i can just keep the clean oil up to the engine for now and hope the chain and top end gear is safe from ware.
All the best with that new engine fuddy...i'm sure you're on the right oci to keep it safe.
most people here probably american so thats why its mixed,Theres a bit of a mix of miles and KMs in this thread. are you suggesting oil changes every 5000Kms or Miles? 5000 miles is 8000 Kms.
thanks! great thread and good to know this as I think I'm taking ownership of a 2019 this week or next.
thanks, I'm in Canada so very used to miles to kms conversions as we share a lot of supply chain pipeline with the US. Just want to make sure I change out enough that I'm protecting the vehicle but not so much that I'm wasting time and oil.most people here probably american so thats why its mixed,
i did research and depends on your driving conditions
if its all city driving then 8000 KMS max
if its mixed then 10,000 Kms easily
If mostly highway then you prob can do a tad more but i think 10k is safe