What kind of oil will the new Supra use?

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    Tried searching Amsoil, Mobil1, Redline website for oils recommended for this engine. No recommended oils listed on their website.
     
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    I would say that it's good that we get this out of the way right now, but this will never get out of the way will it?
     
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    Here you go! :D
     
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    At least no one like me came in with a smart ass response like “motor oil”
     
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    or Walnut oil. ;)
     
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    Will it need blinker fluid?
     
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    BMW uses 0W20 with LL14 FE+ spec
     
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    #13 Jun 22, 2019
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    If you have a big enough screen (a 50"+ TV) and zoom in, you will see in Doug DeMuro's video that it'll take 0w-20 (green sticker under the hood on the driver's side). From my experimentation with my FRS, Eneos is my recommendation.

    Yet you can compare different brands by looking at the Product Data Sheet (PDS) of the oil they're offering.

    Bob's The Oil Guy (even though they are sponsored by Pennzoil), AMSOIL, and SAE websites/journals are good starting points.

     

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