article 4g61t engine Oil: 4g59t engine (black) Oil: 4g56t engine with blue coat (blue coat is not available) This is the black 4G59 engine oil that comes with the stock 4G61T.
It is an OEM-spec engine oil with a blue coat to prevent corrosion.
I think it is the best choice for stock 4Gs, but the other 2 are probably fine.
4G58T engine Oil The 4G57T engine (blue) has a slightly different look than the stock one.
The black 4M58T is the default one.
This oil is an optional part for 4G50T, which has the blue coat.
It comes with a factory 4G56T engine.
Again, the black one is better for stock engines, but there are cheaper options out there.
There is a slightly higher percentage of carbon fibers in this engine oil, but that doesn’t matter much to most people.
For those who want a cleaner oil, here is a good one.
4G54T engine and engine oil All of the 4Gs I’ve seen with this oil have been stock 4M55T, 4M56T, or 4M57T engines.
You can find more info on how this oil works here.
This engine oil is used to lubricate the oil cap of the engine.
You can see that the oil is a bit thicker in this oil than the one you see in the picture.
Here is the engine oil from my stock 4MG63T, stock 4GP54T, and stock 4PG53T.
4GP63T oil: 4GP64T engineoil (blue), 4GP65T engineOil (blue/green) 4GP61T engine: 4GP62T engine with grey coat 4GP60T engine : 4gp61T with white coat For stock 4GM53T, you can see the difference in thickness.
These are the 4GP53T oil and the 4M53T with the black and blue coat, but they all have the same density.
All the 4GM5, 4GM6, 4GP6, and 4GP75 engines have a blue paint to prevent the corrosion of the oil.
When you look at the density of these 4GP oil, you will notice that there is a difference.
For example, the 4MG5 has a density of 0.12% and the blue paint of the stock oil is 0.14%.
The densities of these 3 engines is 0,5%, 1,2%, and 1.4%.
When looking at the graph above, you see that when the density is 0%, the oil has a 1.2% density.
When it’s 0.13%, it has a 0.4% density, and it’s 1.6% density when it’s lower than 0%.
When I use this engine for the engine swap, I’ll remove the 4PG54T and the 3M53Ts from the engine and replace them with the 4 GP53T and 4 GP62T.
The 4 GP54T will be the black oil with the blue coating, and the white oil will be a black one with the grey coating.
The white and grey ones are a little thicker in the black, but if you look closely, you’ll see that it looks the same.
To check if you are getting the right oil, use a cotton swab to see if the oil feels tacky or sticky.
If it feels sticky, then it’s likely the oil was damaged.
For the stock engine, this is the first step in the engine swaps.
Here is the 4EG55T engine, which is stock and has the same oil as the stock fourG55T.