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Old 4th November 2011, 00:26   #1
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Anybody ever try Liqui Moly 10w60

I am changing my oil this weekend and decided to try the Liqui Moly oil. I have heard great things about it and it meets all of the BMW M motor specs but is much less. I paid only $33 for 5 liter bottles, compared to $11 or 12 for Castrol. I am going to send the Castrol that is coming out of the car in for analysis and then I will run the Liqui Moly and have an analysis done after 5k miles or so and see how it measures up.
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Lubro/Liqui Moly Better than Castrol

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I compare Castrol 10w60 with water in my personal opinión. Lubry moly is the best low temps very low burn compare with Castrol and the price is a half In comparision
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With liqui moly 10w60 I noticed less oil consumption, and less overall engine noise (VANOS).
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Were do you buy it at? What about, Amsoil? anyone run it?
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Been using it for a year, great stuff! And you can't beat the price.


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Amsoil or moly??
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I'm still under service warranty so dealer changes = Castrol, my mid-cycle changes I use the Liqui-Moly. I have had no issues; I would agree to quieter engine noise with the Liqui-Moly & less burn! Enjoy
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when the dealer BMW no have Castrol 10w60, used Lubry Moly uppsssssss is a secret....
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