Discussion in 'Opie Oils' started by oilman, Aug 16, 2011.
M3c worked for me earlier.
Just checked and the club discount code is still working, just enter M3C at our checkout to get the 10% discount.
Can you please confirm the one I need to order for the e92 m3 2009 ? I want the fm additive but not sure which or how much I need? Thanks
Your diff takes a 75w-140 LSD oil and the Castrol Syntrax Limited Slip, Gulf Gear LS, Red Line 75w-140 GL5, Fuchs Sintopoid LS, Motul Gear Competition and Millers CRX NT LS are good options.
Here is the friction modifier.
You'll need 2 bottles of the diff oil (it only takes about 1.1L though) and about half a bottle of the friction modifier.
Think I might still have half a bottle of the friction modifier which i purchased from you guys about 3 years ago for an E46 M3...
Does it have a shelf life once opened, do you know?
Difficult to say. A lot of additives in oils break down once they have been exposed to air, but I'm not sure about LSD friction modifiers. I would assume they do, but can't be sure.
Thanks Tim, I'll have a read around - as always, appreciate your help
Tried to order online today (Cutters code worked) but would not go to secure checkout ?
So i rang to place an order and spoke to Tim and yeah he was right my browser needed updating and all sorted now
Look forward to delivery and thanks for the advice
Glad I was right about the browser, although in fairness, that was the techie guys, I have no idea with that stuff.
Just ordered mine
Thanks for the order
Any Promo's running on this at present other than the standard 10%?
None other than the members discount at the moment.
Thanks Tim - order placed
thanks for the order.
ordered - thanks
I know that this is an old thread, but do you need a tool to put this into the diff? I saw that the BMW bottle has a pump on it?
Also - Do you need new screws or can you re-use the ones you take out to drain/ add new fluid.