Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post Reply
Alley-C
Enlisted
Posts: 10
Joined: Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:04 am
Car Make: VW
Car Model: Polo 9n3 1.9 TDI Sportline
Location: JHB

Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by Alley-C » Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:10 pm

Hi Everyone :hi:

Apologies for this in advance as I know its been discussed a number of times already, but i still cannot come to a definitive answer on which oil to use and why :crazy:

I know most people say use LM Top Tech 4100 5w40 but from what I've read on their site is that its Synthetic technology and not full synthetic, is it still okay to use it? as I've also read that these PD engines need full synthetic oils.

Shell Helix HX7 Professional AV 5W-30 - is also Synthetic technology and not full synthetic, and I literally cant find a place that actually sells this specific one that meets the 505.01, most of them that I find dont have the "AV" which is not the same.

Castrol edge 5w40 - According to the Castrol site it is Fully Synthetic but I dont know theres been so much of talk of Castrol causing sludge from numerous forums and people that I'm actually trying to stay away from Castrol.

TITAN GT1 SAE 5W-40 - it is 505.01 approved but not sure whether it is Full synthetic or Part, they say on the site XTL Technology. Still getting pricing on this though

Any comments and suggestions will be greatly appreciated :type:
Current:
Daily - Polo 9n3 1.9 TDI Sportline
Weekend Warrior - E92 335i N54 Manual (JB4, MHD backend, charge pipe with BOV, TIP pipes, downpipes, Stepped FMIC, DCI, Oil catch can, Fuel IT stage2 LPFP, TMSS Back box, upgraded clutch)
Ex:
Pre LCI E90 330D (RK Motion Tuned), 9n3 Polo 1.9TDI 96kw, Golf 1 Velociti (2L 8v fully worked), Corsa Utility 1.7DTI
User avatar
ICE King
Cadet
Posts: 701
Joined: Fri Apr 29, 2011 8:55 pm
Car Make: VW
Car Model: Polo GTI 20V , Mazdarati
Location: Cape Town

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by ICE King » Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:17 pm

Rides:
1992 Mazda 323 B3 - Masala Mods
2008 VW POLO GTI - 76mm DP + 63mm exhaust , induction, FMIC, Thanas Tuned
User avatar
MarshallGTi
Moderator
Posts: 7524
Joined: Mon Mar 07, 2011 8:43 am
Car Make: Seat
Car Model: Ibiza 1.9TDi FR
Membership No: 1665
Location: Alberton

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by MarshallGTi » Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:17 pm

4100, trust everyone thats already paid the school fees
It is an ingenius solution to a problem that should have never existed in the 1st place...

Ibiza FR

Image
Ex's:
ShoeBox
(o\!/o)
My mk2 16v
EX-DOHCTOR wrote: I'd make sure I understand the differences between fish and engine components before attempting any modifications on my motor vehicle as a start. :lol:
Psycho1400 wrote:It wasn't an oil leak, it was a horsepower sweat...
Alley-C
Enlisted
Posts: 10
Joined: Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:04 am
Car Make: VW
Car Model: Polo 9n3 1.9 TDI Sportline
Location: JHB

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by Alley-C » Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:32 pm

MarshallGTi wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:17 pm
4100, trust everyone thats already paid the school fees
Lol that's very true, any idea if I can get it cheaper, GW Midrand want R720 /5l
Current:
Daily - Polo 9n3 1.9 TDI Sportline
Weekend Warrior - E92 335i N54 Manual (JB4, MHD backend, charge pipe with BOV, TIP pipes, downpipes, Stepped FMIC, DCI, Oil catch can, Fuel IT stage2 LPFP, TMSS Back box, upgraded clutch)
Ex:
Pre LCI E90 330D (RK Motion Tuned), 9n3 Polo 1.9TDI 96kw, Golf 1 Velociti (2L 8v fully worked), Corsa Utility 1.7DTI
User avatar
Ashveer03
Lieutenant
Posts: 1237
Joined: Sun Feb 12, 2017 9:00 pm
Car Make: VW
Car Model: Polo 9n 1.9 TDI Sportline
Location: Durban

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by Ashveer03 » Mon Apr 15, 2019 4:05 pm

Unfortunately the whole range of LM prices went up and they are selling for around R700 for 5L.

Try a midas, somebody told me it's like R650 or so.. Prices may differ from franchises..

Sent from my EML-L29 using Tapatalk

When a car tailgates me, i slow down - then floor it and give them a cloud of diesel smoke to choke on :driving:
Trishen94
Cadet
Posts: 163
Joined: Sun Oct 14, 2018 12:38 am
Car Make: Vw
Car Model: Mk5 gti

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by Trishen94 » Mon Apr 15, 2019 4:31 pm

Hi buddy I had the exact same car as you... I used hx7 for 3 services in the time I had the car with no issues and the previous owner had it for about 80 000 km and also used hx7 in it with no issues but go with what u comfortable with so u have peace of mind ...i even use hx7 in my mk5 gti
Current :2008 mk5 gti manual

Previous :too many to list
User avatar
Ashveer03
Lieutenant
Posts: 1237
Joined: Sun Feb 12, 2017 9:00 pm
Car Make: VW
Car Model: Polo 9n 1.9 TDI Sportline
Location: Durban

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by Ashveer03 » Mon Apr 15, 2019 5:44 pm

Trishen94 wrote:Hi buddy I had the exact same car as you... I used hx7 for 3 services in the time I had the car with no issues and the previous owner had it for about 80 000 km and also used hx7 in it with no issues but go with what u comfortable with so u have peace of mind ...i even use hx7 in my mk5 gti
Be sure to start a rides thread so we know how long it takes hx7 to kill a camshaft and lifters

Sent from my EML-L29 using Tapatalk

When a car tailgates me, i slow down - then floor it and give them a cloud of diesel smoke to choke on :driving:
User avatar
Neuk
Treasurer
Treasurer
Posts: 48652
Joined: Mon Nov 28, 2005 2:58 pm
Car Make: VW
Car Model: '15 Golf R
Membership No: 806
Location: Johannesburg

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by Neuk » Mon Apr 15, 2019 6:30 pm

I always used Shell Helix HX7 Professional AV 5W-30 in my 9n Polo Sportline and continue to use Shell in all my cars with the exception of my Golf.
Nic

Current Garage:
Daily Drive: 2015 VW Golf R
Project Fes: 1982 VW Golf GLS 1.5
Project FeO: 1966 VW Type 2 Transporter Kombi Split Window

Previous Garage:
Vagon: 2005 Audi B6 A4 1.8T (140kw) Avant
Project XXXX: 1967 VW Type 3 Variant (Squareback)
Project Betty: 2005 Polo 1.9 TDI (PD130) Sportline
Weekend Warrior: 1993 Volkswagen Caddy 2.0 16v ABF on ITB's
Trishen94
Cadet
Posts: 163
Joined: Sun Oct 14, 2018 12:38 am
Car Make: Vw
Car Model: Mk5 gti

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by Trishen94 » Mon Apr 15, 2019 8:06 pm

Ashveer03 wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 5:44 pm
Trishen94 wrote:Hi buddy I had the exact same car as you... I used hx7 for 3 services in the time I had the car with no issues and the previous owner had it for about 80 000 km and also used hx7 in it with no issues but go with what u comfortable with so u have peace of mind ...i even use hx7 in my mk5 gti
Be sure to start a rides thread so we know how long it takes hx7 to kill a camshaft and lifters

Sent from my EML-L29 using Tapatalk
Hi Ashveer ...not sure with what u meant by ur post ...could u explain urself further got me a lil worried lol... is hx7 a bad oil for my car ?
Current :2008 mk5 gti manual

Previous :too many to list
smoke.machine
Cadet
Posts: 140
Joined: Tue Nov 10, 2015 8:10 pm
Car Make: vw
Car Model: Polo Tdi
Location: Natal

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by smoke.machine » Mon Apr 15, 2019 8:11 pm

Oil at vw is R320 a 5litre currently on special...505.01 spec 5w40
Current: 9n3 1.9 TDI Pd100...cupra lip..Pgti rear apron
Alley-C
Enlisted
Posts: 10
Joined: Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:04 am
Car Make: VW
Car Model: Polo 9n3 1.9 TDI Sportline
Location: JHB

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by Alley-C » Tue Apr 16, 2019 7:28 am

smoke.machine wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 8:11 pm
Oil at vw is R320 a 5litre currently on special...505.01 spec 5w40
Thank you for that, any idea which brand VW is currently using and if its all the VWs or just a specific branch with the special?
Current:
Daily - Polo 9n3 1.9 TDI Sportline
Weekend Warrior - E92 335i N54 Manual (JB4, MHD backend, charge pipe with BOV, TIP pipes, downpipes, Stepped FMIC, DCI, Oil catch can, Fuel IT stage2 LPFP, TMSS Back box, upgraded clutch)
Ex:
Pre LCI E90 330D (RK Motion Tuned), 9n3 Polo 1.9TDI 96kw, Golf 1 Velociti (2L 8v fully worked), Corsa Utility 1.7DTI
User avatar
ICE King
Cadet
Posts: 701
Joined: Fri Apr 29, 2011 8:55 pm
Car Make: VW
Car Model: Polo GTI 20V , Mazdarati
Location: Cape Town

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by ICE King » Tue Apr 16, 2019 8:41 am

Trishen94 wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 8:06 pm
Ashveer03 wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 5:44 pm
Trishen94 wrote:Hi buddy I had the exact same car as you... I used hx7 for 3 services in the time I had the car with no issues and the previous owner had it for about 80 000 km and also used hx7 in it with no issues but go with what u comfortable with so u have peace of mind ...i even use hx7 in my mk5 gti
Be sure to start a rides thread so we know how long it takes hx7 to kill a camshaft and lifters

Sent from my EML-L29 using Tapatalk
Hi Ashveer ...not sure with what u meant by ur post ...could u explain urself further got me a lil worried lol... is hx7 a bad oil for my car ?
The normal HX7 is not an 505.01 approved VW oil (despite it saying it can be used in petrol & diesel vehicles on the bottle) , The HX7 AV is an approved 505.01.

Using a non- approved/incorrect spec oil will caused premature failure on the camshaft & lifters.

Thats what Ashveer meant.
Rides:
1992 Mazda 323 B3 - Masala Mods
2008 VW POLO GTI - 76mm DP + 63mm exhaust , induction, FMIC, Thanas Tuned
User avatar
ICE King
Cadet
Posts: 701
Joined: Fri Apr 29, 2011 8:55 pm
Car Make: VW
Car Model: Polo GTI 20V , Mazdarati
Location: Cape Town

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by ICE King » Tue Apr 16, 2019 8:46 am

Alley-C wrote:
Tue Apr 16, 2019 7:28 am
smoke.machine wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 8:11 pm
Oil at vw is R320 a 5litre currently on special...505.01 spec 5w40
Thank you for that, any idea which brand VW is currently using and if its all the VWs or just a specific branch with the special?
Different branches uses different oil's but at that price, can only guess that they selling something like Petronas or along that lines.

All you need is a 505.01 spec oil, brand is a personal preference.
Rides:
1992 Mazda 323 B3 - Masala Mods
2008 VW POLO GTI - 76mm DP + 63mm exhaust , induction, FMIC, Thanas Tuned
Trishen94
Cadet
Posts: 163
Joined: Sun Oct 14, 2018 12:38 am
Car Make: Vw
Car Model: Mk5 gti

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by Trishen94 » Tue Apr 16, 2019 9:24 am

ICE King wrote:
Tue Apr 16, 2019 8:41 am
Trishen94 wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 8:06 pm
Ashveer03 wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 5:44 pm
Trishen94 wrote:Hi buddy I had the exact same car as you... I used hx7 for 3 services in the time I had the car with no issues and the previous owner had it for about 80 000 km and also used hx7 in it with no issues but go with what u comfortable with so u have peace of mind ...i even use hx7 in my mk5 gti
Be sure to start a rides thread so we know how long it takes hx7 to kill a camshaft and lifters

Sent from my EML-L29 using Tapatalk
Hi Ashveer ...not sure with what u meant by ur post ...could u explain urself further got me a lil worried lol... is hx7 a bad oil for my car ?
The normal HX7 is not an 505.01 approved VW oil (despite it saying it can be used in petrol & diesel vehicles on the bottle) , The HX7 AV is an approved 505.01.

Using a non- approved/incorrect spec oil will caused premature failure on the camshaft & lifters.

Thats what Ashveer meant.
Yasis I'm shaking in my pants now ...what do I do ?
Current :2008 mk5 gti manual

Previous :too many to list
Alley-C
Enlisted
Posts: 10
Joined: Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:04 am
Car Make: VW
Car Model: Polo 9n3 1.9 TDI Sportline
Location: JHB

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by Alley-C » Tue Apr 16, 2019 9:25 am

ICE King wrote:
Tue Apr 16, 2019 8:46 am
Alley-C wrote:
Tue Apr 16, 2019 7:28 am
smoke.machine wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 8:11 pm
Oil at vw is R320 a 5litre currently on special...505.01 spec 5w40
Thank you for that, any idea which brand VW is currently using and if its all the VWs or just a specific branch with the special?
Different branches uses different oil's but at that price, can only guess that they selling something like Petronas or along that lines.

All you need is a 505.01 spec oil, brand is a personal preference.
Thank you @ICE King for the information I will definitely check with VW thats a steal at that price for 505.01 spec oil.
Current:
Daily - Polo 9n3 1.9 TDI Sportline
Weekend Warrior - E92 335i N54 Manual (JB4, MHD backend, charge pipe with BOV, TIP pipes, downpipes, Stepped FMIC, DCI, Oil catch can, Fuel IT stage2 LPFP, TMSS Back box, upgraded clutch)
Ex:
Pre LCI E90 330D (RK Motion Tuned), 9n3 Polo 1.9TDI 96kw, Golf 1 Velociti (2L 8v fully worked), Corsa Utility 1.7DTI
User avatar
MarshallGTi
Moderator
Posts: 7524
Joined: Mon Mar 07, 2011 8:43 am
Car Make: Seat
Car Model: Ibiza 1.9TDi FR
Membership No: 1665
Location: Alberton

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by MarshallGTi » Tue Apr 16, 2019 9:26 am

Alley-C wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:32 pm
MarshallGTi wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:17 pm
4100, trust everyone thats already paid the school fees
Lol that's very true, any idea if I can get it cheaper, GW Midrand want R720 /5l
I usually go to Goldwagen Delarey, sometimes cheaper than the other branches
It is an ingenius solution to a problem that should have never existed in the 1st place...

Ibiza FR

Image
Ex's:
ShoeBox
(o\!/o)
My mk2 16v
EX-DOHCTOR wrote: I'd make sure I understand the differences between fish and engine components before attempting any modifications on my motor vehicle as a start. :lol:
Psycho1400 wrote:It wasn't an oil leak, it was a horsepower sweat...
User avatar
ICE King
Cadet
Posts: 701
Joined: Fri Apr 29, 2011 8:55 pm
Car Make: VW
Car Model: Polo GTI 20V , Mazdarati
Location: Cape Town

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by ICE King » Tue Apr 16, 2019 9:37 am

Trishen94 wrote:
Tue Apr 16, 2019 9:24 am
ICE King wrote:
Tue Apr 16, 2019 8:41 am
Trishen94 wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 8:06 pm
Ashveer03 wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 5:44 pm
Be sure to start a rides thread so we know how long it takes hx7 to kill a camshaft and lifters

Sent from my EML-L29 using Tapatalk
Hi Ashveer ...not sure with what u meant by ur post ...could u explain urself further got me a lil worried lol... is hx7 a bad oil for my car ?
The normal HX7 is not an 505.01 approved VW oil (despite it saying it can be used in petrol & diesel vehicles on the bottle) , The HX7 AV is an approved 505.01.

Using a non- approved/incorrect spec oil will caused premature failure on the camshaft & lifters.

Thats what Ashveer meant.
Yasis I'm shaking in my pants now ...what do I do ?
The premature failure does not happen suddenly , does take some time.

and the correct Idiom is "shaking in my boots" bru
Rides:
1992 Mazda 323 B3 - Masala Mods
2008 VW POLO GTI - 76mm DP + 63mm exhaust , induction, FMIC, Thanas Tuned
User avatar
Ashveer03
Lieutenant
Posts: 1237
Joined: Sun Feb 12, 2017 9:00 pm
Car Make: VW
Car Model: Polo 9n 1.9 TDI Sportline
Location: Durban

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by Ashveer03 » Tue Apr 16, 2019 11:11 am

ICE King wrote:
Trishen94 wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 8:06 pm
Ashveer03 wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 5:44 pm
Trishen94 wrote:Hi buddy I had the exact same car as you... I used hx7 for 3 services in the time I had the car with no issues and the previous owner had it for about 80 000 km and also used hx7 in it with no issues but go with what u comfortable with so u have peace of mind ...i even use hx7 in my mk5 gti
Be sure to start a rides thread so we know how long it takes hx7 to kill a camshaft and lifters

Sent from my EML-L29 using Tapatalk
Hi Ashveer ...not sure with what u meant by ur post ...could u explain urself further got me a lil worried lol... is hx7 a bad oil for my car ?
The normal HX7 is not an 505.01 approved VW oil (despite it saying it can be used in petrol & diesel vehicles on the bottle) , The HX7 AV is an approved 505.01.

Using a non- approved/incorrect spec oil will caused premature failure on the camshaft & lifters.

Thats what Ashveer meant.
Yep that's what I meant.. Thanks king Image

Sent from my EML-L29 using Tapatalk

When a car tailgates me, i slow down - then floor it and give them a cloud of diesel smoke to choke on :driving:
User avatar
Jueshen
Lieutenant
Posts: 1287
Joined: Thu Sep 25, 2008 3:46 pm
Location: GP

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by Jueshen » Tue Apr 16, 2019 11:34 am

according to the toptec 4100 bottle it is not fully synthetic, its semi syn

and the technical info sheet states it can be used in drain intervals up to 30K

and then it says in bold for use in only sulfur free diesel only!

so i am guessing the sulfur free and 30k drain interval go hand in hand, but stating only sulfur free can confuse people

i personally use caltex havoline ultras 5-40 fully synthetic it is 505 01 approved and can be got between 400-500 at midas, have used it almost a 100k kms now @ 15k drain using 50ppm only i have to state the higher your consumption the more you pollute you diesel with sulfur, higher consumption should see earlier drain intervals.

i haven't physically checked the lobes for wear but on vcds one can check the injector balance on all cylinders at idle on group 13 my numbers are all well below the recommended and are more or less identical, numbers all over the place or too high or low is an indication of cam lobe wear or unhealthy injectors, low cylinder compression etc. i just check the numbers once a year or so, there are alot of other variables so best would be a visible inspection also.

remember midas prices can be negotiated dont just pay the price on the shelf
Ex:
2007 Polo GTI
Eurodyne! 230WHP & 390NM @ KAR 2016 - without OB
2013 Honda Ballade Elegance
1996 Honda Ballade 150i
1994 Honda Ballade 150 Luxline
1991 Citi Golf 1.3
2009 Citi Rox 1.4i
2007 Polo 1.6 Comfortline
1989 Citi Sport 1.8
User avatar
Rascal69
VWCSA Member
Posts: 772
Joined: Tue Apr 01, 2008 3:39 pm
Car Make: VW
Car Model: MK1
Membership No: 1490
Location: JHB

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by Rascal69 » Tue Apr 16, 2019 12:45 pm

MarshallGTi wrote:
Tue Apr 16, 2019 9:26 am
Alley-C wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:32 pm
MarshallGTi wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:17 pm
4100, trust everyone thats already paid the school fees
Lol that's very true, any idea if I can get it cheaper, GW Midrand want R720 /5l
I usually go to Goldwagen Delarey, sometimes cheaper than the other branches
Me too... GW Delarey's 10% discount for VW Club Members is so damn good... the savings pay for the club membership + VAT...
Current: 2005 E55 AMG
Current: 2007 ///M Coupe
Current: 2019 Fortuner 4x4

Ex: 1998 BMW M3
Ex: 2011 REVO 2 Focus ST - 208wkw & 465nm's (FRnR)
Ex: 1994 E36 328i Track Car (Budler Motorsport built)
Ex: 2011 REVO 2 Mk6 GTI DSG - 200wkw & 452nm's (KAR)
Ex: 2007 REVO 2+ S3 - 12.7s @ 176km/h (Tarlton 2010) and 224km's on 1km (ODI)
Ex: 2006 Velo 1.6i | 2008 Velo 1.6i | 2005 Velo 1.4i | 2006 Polo 1.6i | 2012 Polo TDI | 2004 W203 C200K
smoke.machine
Cadet
Posts: 140
Joined: Tue Nov 10, 2015 8:10 pm
Car Make: vw
Car Model: Polo Tdi
Location: Natal

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by smoke.machine » Tue Apr 16, 2019 8:24 pm

ICE King wrote:
Tue Apr 16, 2019 8:46 am
Alley-C wrote:
Tue Apr 16, 2019 7:28 am
smoke.machine wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 8:11 pm
Oil at vw is R320 a 5litre currently on special...505.01 spec 5w40
Thank you for that, any idea which brand VW is currently using and if its all the VWs or just a specific branch with the special?
Different branches uses different oil's but at that price, can only guess that they selling something like Petronas or along that lines.

All you need is a 505.01 spec oil, brand is a personal preference.
Haha its Castrol magnetec professional 5w40 oe spec... same oil that goes in your car if sent to vw for service...
Alley-C
Enlisted
Posts: 10
Joined: Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:04 am
Car Make: VW
Car Model: Polo 9n3 1.9 TDI Sportline
Location: JHB

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by Alley-C » Wed Apr 17, 2019 2:41 pm

Any comments or experiences with "Fuchs" oils?
Current:
Daily - Polo 9n3 1.9 TDI Sportline
Weekend Warrior - E92 335i N54 Manual (JB4, MHD backend, charge pipe with BOV, TIP pipes, downpipes, Stepped FMIC, DCI, Oil catch can, Fuel IT stage2 LPFP, TMSS Back box, upgraded clutch)
Ex:
Pre LCI E90 330D (RK Motion Tuned), 9n3 Polo 1.9TDI 96kw, Golf 1 Velociti (2L 8v fully worked), Corsa Utility 1.7DTI
User avatar
Jetta2
Field Marshal
Posts: 14109
Joined: Sun Dec 10, 2006 12:32 am
Car Make: VW, VW, Aprilia
Car Model: VR6, Caddy, RSV4
Membership No: 1087
Location: Menlo Park, Pretoria

Re: Polo 9n3 1.9 tdi Sportline Oil recommendations

Post by Jetta2 » Wed Apr 17, 2019 3:53 pm

Motul X-Clean+ 8100.
Ryan Demoser

1996 Mk3 Golf VR6
2017 Caddy Maxi 2.0 TDI
2013 Aprilia RSV4 track toy
Post Reply