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Discussion in 'Feedback, Reviews & Comments' started by 05r50, Dec 16, 2012.
As long as you are using my special blend of 0w40 it's all right. :smilewinkgrin:
Ow-40 is good stuff...tends to be a better oil group than 5w-40 or 5w-30 in my research...
I would use it with ZERO hesitation in a mini...other makes that have switched to 0w-20 like Honda...maybe not...but on a mini where 40w is listed as a suggestion.. Do it...
And buy the craven speeddipstick if you don't have one...
And uncoil it before you use it or you won't git an accurate oil level reading...
I would never bend my personal dipstick like that.
Crashton see what you have started!:biggrin5:
What's that big red thing on the end?
Its the panic button
Isn't there a stick on panic button available for MINI Cooper dashboards? I remember seeing a picture somewhere.
WOW- 7 pages about 'dipsticks'. Some get tied into knots easily, some just bend over and play dead, some spring all over the place. AND, we have spent 7 pages just talking about dipsticks. LIFE ALERT---we need a life.
I'm not a big fan of the craven speed dip stick. The 1st gen is fine, easy to read (granted you know how to read a dip stick). Yes it gets brittle and could break. Its part of the maintenance program for these cars. Only buy OEM replacements.
btw, have a gen 1 craven dipstick in a box that I tried. Happy to sell it. PM me.
You'll rethink your choice whence you've broken that OEM piece of crap off in the crankcase...
You guys & your rough handling of your dipsticks. Brutes you are. :smilewinkgrin:
Thats SO twisted! :eek6:
Its just that I am getting a fault reading and after contacting cravenspeed I got no solution.
I guess the problem is the end of the dipstick.
What about changing it out?
Maybe you got it wahred up rong?