Subject: Audi TT RS Oil Change Kits
Application: 2012-2013 Audi TT RS 2.5T (CEPB Engine Code)
Part Number: J1A5113
(5w50 Racing Oil), J1A5116
(10w60 Racing Oil)
Release Date: 4/30/2015
Blauparts would like to announce our oil change kit options for the Audi TT RS models.
Keep your Audi TT RS 2.5T oil change maintenance up to date with our German oil change kits. Our oil change kits feature German Ravenol oils with an O.E.M. Mahle Original oil filter and drain plug.
We offer four different motor oil options for the Audi TT RS oil change kits. The 5w30 kit offers a high quality yet economical Ravenol HPS semi-synthetic for the more cost conscious individual, while yet maintaining Audi/VW 502 00 oil specifications as required for the 2.5T Audi TT RS engine. The 5w40 oil change kit offers the high end full synthetic Ravenol VMO with formal O.E.M Audi/VW 502 00 motor oil approvals as required for the 2.5T engines. The 5w30 and 5w40 motor oils meet extended oil change intervals according to manufacturers recommendations and feature Ravenols proprietary CleanSynto Technology. For Audi TT RS models that are highly modified, auto-crossed, or tracked we offer a 5w50 racing oil change kit and a 10w60 racing oil change kit. Both racing oils are full synthetic Ester PAO (Poly-Alpha-Olefines) base stock and offer extreme engine protection in racing conditions.
We wish to thank our loyal customers for their continued support! Blauparts vision is to provide the highest quality products along with the best customer service to our customers! Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have on our oil change kits.
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About Ravenol Oil: Ravenol oil is 100% genuine German. Manufactured and bottled in Germany since 1946! Ravenol mixes and bottles their own proprietary premium blend and brand of oils to the highest European O.E.M quality standards. In the US and Europe most oils that are offered in large retail superstores are not actually manufactured by the brand name shown on the bottle. These massive oil corporations are not making their own oil. With a focus on price above quality, many big oil brands outsource and have a generic refinery bottle the oil for them. This is not the case with Ravenol fluids! Ravenol oils are unique in that they have TOTAL CONTROL over the QUALITY during their manufacturing process. Their lubricants are manufactured within their own refinery and factory in Germany to the highest European O.E.M quality standards and have been awarded many O.E.M APPROVALS for superior quality.
What is the Best Audi Oil Change Interval? Our Blauparts oil change kits are designed for the factory recommended Audi oil change intervals. However depending on rough driving conditions or spirited driving styles Blauparts recommends an earlier oil change intervals or every 6 months which ever occurs first. Changing your Audis oil is good preventative maintenance in an effort to minimize long term engine repair costs.
What Oil Type Should I Use? We suggest always using oils that specifically indicate an Audi/VW oil quality specification on the bottle (Example: VW 504 00/507 00). These oils have been created with your vehicles engine design and style in mind. By using approved specification oil you will greatly improve your vehicles mechanical longevity and performance. Many engines that use generic style engine oils will most likely have premature mechanical problems later in mileage (Example: premature oil consumption, worn engine internals, blown and worn turbochargers, prematurely plugged cranks ventilation and pcv systems, plugged diesel particulate filters and catalytic converters).
Audi Oil Changes and Warranty? Blauparts recommends that any vehicle under factory warranty use an engine oil with formal factory approvals for the required oil specification.
Whats the difference between an oil that “meets” an oil specification and an oil that has “OEM Approvals” or an approved specification? An oil that has an “approval” has received a formal letter of approval from the car manufacturer that the oil specified can be used in their engines whereas an oil that “meets” an oil specification has not received a formal letter of approval from the car manufacturer.