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When it's time to do your oil change, we make it that much easier for you to get this done. You choose your oil type and we've got the rest covered. We'll send you the minimum amount of oil you need to complete your oil change including a Premium Wrench-Off Oil Filter from K&N. The filter is a direct fitment for your car so there's no need to guess about what filter you need or look it up somewhere. Many times, you won't need all the oil that is supplied. We suggest you follow the factory guidelines for proper oil fill amount in your specific car. Refer to your owner's manual for the right oil capacity.

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Motul/Royal Purple/Redline/Torco


Motul 8100 Synthetic Oil Change Kit w/ K&N Filter - $76.22






Motul 300v Synthetic Racing Oil Change Kit w/ K&N Filter - $112.29






Royal Purple XPR Synthetic Racing Oil Change Kit w/ K&N Filter - $110.73






Royal Purple HPS Synthetic Racing Oil Change Kit w/ K&N Filter - $63.64






Redline Synthetic Racing Oil Change Kit w/ K&N Filter - $71.42






Torco SR-5R Synthetic Racing Oil Change Kit w/ K&N Filter - $117.26




Check out the oil change kits on our website and see the diferent options available!
 

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For a daily driver setup what would you suggest? The Motul 8100?
 

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For a daily driver setup what would you suggest? The Motul 8100?
Yes, that would be great oil just for daily use! That's really what it's made for actually. The Torco, Royal Purple XPR, and the Motul 300V are on the racing end as far as what's listed here. The others are all designed more for everyday use. Although, you can definitely put in some track time on any one of these oils. As with any oil though, the more you abuse it and heat it up, the faster it loses it's ability to cool and lubricate. So you just need to change your oil according to how hard you use it as well. But for daily, yes, the 8100 would be great.
 

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Yes, that would be great oil just for daily use! That's really what it's made for actually. The Torco, Royal Purple XPR, and the Motul 300V are on the racing end as far as what's listed here. The others are all designed more for everyday use. Although, you can definitely put in some track time on any one of these oils. As with any oil though, the more you abuse it and heat it up, the faster it loses it's ability to cool and lubricate. So you just need to change your oil according to how hard you use it as well. But for daily, yes, the 8100 would be great.
Awesome. How would changing to this oil/filter be beneficial exactly?
 

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Awesome. How would changing to this oil/filter be beneficial exactly?
I'm not sure that you would ever notice a difference. Over time using higher quality oil is going to be more beneficial towards the life and performance of the car, but mainly we just have customers who are very picky about what they put in their car and we wanted to make it easier for them to get what they need.
 

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If I weren't already almost 1000 miles overdue I'd order one for sure... but I kinda need to change the oil today, before I need to make another 400 mile road trip lol. That's good to know for next time though, I'd love to try out that Motul oil, and I love the K&N filter.
 
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We've been running the 300v in ours. Motul is a very good choice of oil!
I know I'm waking the dead here, but there's no way you aren't still a vendor, right?

What do you think of that 300v? I doordash my car, and I run it hard, very hard at times, and I'm interested in slowing engine wear as much as possible, avoiding any knock, etc... why is the 300v worth spending 30 more dollars on? I love those cans... I would LOVE a good excuse to have my old oil stored in those cans.
 
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