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Old 03-12-2010, 07:35 AM   #1
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How much oil does are h22 hold?

I'm just wondering what the exact amount of oil is recommend for the h22a, Well gotta figure out if a 4.4L is enough or if i have to buy 2, i cant remember from the last time lol..... But i'm going with the Castro edge its 50 bucks - 5 buck coupon so 45 bucks for 4.4L but its good for 25000km or 1 year what ever comes first

I drive the car only during the summer about 10-15k so i figure this will be worth it and just change the oil every year when i bring her back to life:P
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Grammar fail?


You'll need 5.2 quarts- so buy 6 at the store.
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Old 03-12-2010, 08:08 AM   #3
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You'll need 5.2 quarts- so buy 6 at the store.


you know me long enough i dont care about e-grammar lol but 5.2 quarts is
4.92103532 liters so they largest they sell is 4.4 i guess i can just mix it with Castro synthetic i have lying around and that should be fine. so a mix of 89% edge and 11% other i just really don want to spend 45 bucks plus 50 bucks plus 15 bucks for a god dam oil change that would be 110 bucks plus tax so 125 bucks for an oil change lol....
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You'll need more than 4.4. Maybe you can pull it off, but once you burn off some of it you'll need more anyway. If I was lucky enough to find the oil I wanted in 4.4L cans I'd buy two and change it when I ran out....although I'd need more than that for my summer oil change I bet.
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Old 03-12-2010, 06:15 PM   #5
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buy the 5 quart jug from wal-mart for the oil change, then get 2 quarts for the burn off.
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ok you guys are fucking dumb i'm in Canada we dont have quarts and shit and wal marts have nothing here..... 4.4 is the larget you can get here unless u want barells and i'm lucky i have a new h22 so i dont burn oil
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Add till it is on the little line on the stick then stop adding... done
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Add till it is on the little line on the stick then stop adding... done
yeah ur cool but that doesn't help at all
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5.2 quarts = 4.921 liters. and thats how much a h22 needs
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go fish around at the used-oil-jug deposit bins at chevron and esso! there's your half a litre right there, buddy!
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ok you guys are fucking dumb i'm in Canada we dont have quarts and shit and wal marts have nothing here..... 4.4 is the larget you can get here unless u want barells and i'm lucky i have a new h22 so i dont burn oil
You are fucking dumb if you cannot SEARCH and find out the exact amount.
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You are fucking dumb if you cannot SEARCH and find out the exact amount.
well i searched for a good 10 min after that i ask someone who might know... google its a tough question and really the only answer would be in the prelude manual but i dont feel like downloading it right now so i was hoping someone had it with them
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