20w-50 total oil..is it compatible for dodge challenger 2015 3.6?
Not necessarily. It depends upon the engine. I believe some Ferrar engines require 20w-50 (or possibly 10w-60) and likewise some BMW engines -- at least those from some years ago -- require 10w-60 oil. I recall considering a BMW M3 coupe and its 6-cylinder engine with "solid" lifter valve train required a similar oil.They still make 20W-50? That is waaay too thick to put in a modern engine.
Is that a factory recommended oil? If so wow!Gt 500 uses 15w 50 FYI.
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What do you hope to gain by switching from the recommended 5w-20 oil to the 0w-20 oil?I have a Question, My 5.7L uses 5W 20 would it be okay to use the same 0W 20 that the 6.4L use? I no longer have MDS or VVT due to a cam swap.
If the factory has a synthetic oil on its list of oils approved for use in your 5.7l engine then if you want to run a synthetic oil from this list do so.
There was someone here that had a 5.7L M6 (no MDS) that was ticking and she said that Dodge said she could run the same 6.4L 0W-40 to help quiet the tick.I have a Question, My 5.7L uses 5W 20 would it be okay to use the same 0W 20 that the 6.4L use? I no longer have MDS or VVT due to a cam swap.
5w20 synthetic is what I ran for years on my 6 speed 16' RT. My last oil change I put 0w40. Not a difference in the slightest and it's actually recommended on some 6 speeds