|Item Weight||8.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.61 x 11.38 x 7.52 inches|
|Item model number||MTL102870|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||102870|
|Cover Included||Motul 102870 8100 X-cess 5W-40 Synthetic Gasoline and Diesel Engine Oil - 5 Liter Jug|
|Lift Type||8100 X-cess 5W-40|
|Vehicle Service Type||Car|
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Motul MTL102870 007250 8100 X-cess 5W-40 Synthetic Gasoline and Diesel Engine Oil - 5 Liter Jug
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|Liquid Volume||5 liters||128.0 fluid_ounces||—||169.05 fluid_ounces||128 fluid_ounces||169.05 fluid_ounces|
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It is specifically designed for powerful and recent cars fitted with high displacement engines, gasoline direct injection and turbo Diesel and catalytic converters. Numerous car maker approvals make this product a multi-purpose and is especially recommended when the car is under. Suitable for leaded or unleaded gasoline, diesel fuels and LPG. The OPEL/GM diesel LL B-025 standard requires two main properties to the lubricant such as high HTHS and very low volatility to drastically decrease oil consumption. Motel 8100 X-cuss 5W-40 is especially recommended for OPEL 2. 0 and 2. 2 DTI engines (extended drain interval by computer on board). The ACEA B4 performance requires an outstanding detergent/dispersant power and a better viscosity increase resistance due to soot produced by direct Injection diesel engines (except VW unit injector engines that require MOTUL Specific 505. 01 5W-40). The MB 229. 3 standard is more stringent than 229. 1 in terms of ageing resistance (extended drain interval by computer on board), detergent/dispersant power (ACEA B4) and requests fuel economy performance where 1. 2 percentage fuel economy improvement versus a 15W-40 reference.
Motor oil is made from crude oil and is used to lubricate, clean, and cool engines. Types of motor oil include conventional, synthetic, diesel, bio-based, hybrid (blends of conventional and synthetic), and recycled oils. Motor oil varies in weight and viscosity, as well as additives that some manufacturers add to the oil during the refining process. A numerical code system created by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) grades motor oils according to viscosity--the higher the number between 0 and 60, the more viscous (thicker) the oil is. Most consumer motor oils are graded by two numbers, with the first number indicating cold weather (Winter or "W") performance.
This oil has a weight of SAE 5W-40, meaning it has an SAE viscosity rating of 5 in cold temperatures and a rating of 40 at normal operating temperature. Always check your vehicle's owner's manual to verify that this is the correct weight of motor oil for your vehicle.
Full Synthetic Oil
This oil is a full synthetic oil, meaning crude oil is not used in making it. Synthetic oil can be used in vehicle engines instead of motor oils refined from crude oil, and often provides superior mechanical performance over traditional motor oil, including increased gas mileage and reduced engine wear at extreme temperatures. Its complex method of production means it can often cost more than conventional motor oil.
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A Passion For Invention
Who is Motul?
Unanimously recognized for more than 160 years for the quality of its products and the capacity for innovation and involvement in motorsports, Motul is known as the premier specialist in synthetic lubricants.
The passion that unities engine lovers with their machines is the same passion that Motul puts into innovation. The constant desire to push the limits of invention while displaying a dedication to innovation ranges from demanding the best from its suppliers, to delivering tested and proven products to its clients.
Why Choose Motul?
Capitalizing on our expertise to meet the constant demand to improve performance, Motul has a wide range of lubricant products for automobile and powersports applications.
Motul developed the first fully synthetic oil in 1971 and continues to progress the technology, pairing high-performance synthetic base oils with innovative additive packages for maximum performance, protection, and efficiency.
- Maximum oil film resistance at very high temperatures: Engine wear is reduced.
- Friction Modifier: Maximum power output, decreased operating temperature.
- Low volatility: Oil consumption is reduced.
- High sheer stability: Stable oil pressure regardless of operating conditions.
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I have been using this for my 2015 STi with regular samples sent out to blackstone labs for analysis and was told to go 6000 miles.
For a turbo car it's very unusual to drain out the same 5 quarts I put in 6000 miles ago.
I would highly recommend this oil for turbo applications.
I was previously switching between Liqui Moly, Redline and Ravenol, but this stuff had great reviews so I had to try it.
Engine seems to be happy with it and I immediately noticed MUCH less oil consumption. It advertises reduced oil consumption and that's exactly what I got and am greatly satisfied with. I was burning through oil pretty quick before.. #racecarproblems... but with this oil I get DRASTICALLY reduced oil consumption. Was putting maybe a half a quart in every ~500 miles before.. I'd top off and within 500-1000 miles I'd be almost at min and would have to add another half quart. With this oil I can go 2,000 miles easy and still be in the green. So it most definitely delivered for me with the reduced oil consumption. Pretty massive noticeable difference.
Blackstone labs tested last oil change and results came back great.
Also the price is right. For me this oil is a total win.
As far as oil use, on the Subaru factory synthetic 5W-30 fill, I'd burn about 1.25 quarts over 4500 miles. And this is with a proper "hard" break in. With this oil, I burn maybe 0.5 quarts over 7000 miles. So it is definitely staying where it is supposed to be and not getting burned up on combustion.
While a little pricy, I've never had anything but great experience with all Motul products from 300v in my ZX10r to my old STi to this Forester. Do yourself a favor and buy a couple jugs of xcess for your next oil change.
I bought this for my Acura RSX Type-S. I ran about 7 sessions in 90 degree heat. I didn't burn a drop at the track. I think a thousand or so miles in I added a little oil (normal). It's held up very well so I went with a 3k mile interval. You can't tell a difference street driving the car. 5w40 was a perfect weight for my dual purpose needs. For a track only car, I'd buy Motul again, but maybe go even thicker weight. I'd highly recommend this oil for a track day and wouldn't worry about it being too thick for street driving either.
Update: 1000 miles and used 1/2 of a quart. Oil still looks clean. Probably will stick with Motul.
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Besser als dieses geht nur im 0W40 Vollsynthese Bereich (auch OW40 SHC also Hydrocrack Öle sind eher schlechter als als das Motul X-cess!)
Ich weiss, hört sich wie Werbung an. Kann ich nichts für. Ohne hier einen Roman über Öle zu schreiben hat es mehr oder weniger keinen Zweck in die Details zu gehen. Es gibt derzeit im Grunde nur 3-4 (!) Öle am Markt, die ich kaufen würde. Dieses ist eines davon. Die anderen sind zum einen Mobil1 0W40 in Vollsynthese Version, (das Mobile1 "SHC" geht auch noch) und dann das erwähnte Liqui Moly 1307 Synthöl High Tech Motoröl 5 W-40. Wenn diese Öle für euren Wagen nicht freigegeben sind, bedenkt immer: Die Freigaben kosten Geld... Diese drei Öle sind so gut wie immer besser oder deutlich besser als die Freigabeklassen der Autohersteller.
Qualitativ gleichwertige oder gar besser Öle sind in jedem Fall 0W40 Vollsynthetisch und idR. dann auch noch nochmal 15-25 Euro mehr je 5 Liter.