Oil choice is very subjective. We all have our favourites.
You want to choose an oil that at least meets the specified oil by the factory.
In addition to that, my view is that if you can find a good PAO/Ester blend oil, then you'll be sound as a pound.
Esters provide additional protection, they chemically bond to the internals of an engine so that you have much lass cold start wear. And they perform better at temp too.
Pure ester oils dont shear either, so they last well..
So if you have a fully synthetic grp 4 oil (PAO), blended with an ester. then you'll be good.
I think (tho im not sure) Castrol Edge titanium is an ester blend..
Martini Racing oil definitely is, but its hard to find. I just go to their head office in rowville to buy mine. It's an Australian oil by the way and damn good, and its blue.. which is much more interesting than the normal gold oil we're used too.
They do have retailers that sell it, you'd need to call them to ask. or you could go to maranello pursang and get some from them.
The oil thread on this forum is excellent, there;s another one in ausalfa.com
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In the end, though as long as you have good quality synthetic oil, the right viscosity, you'll be fine..