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Shell and Liquid Moly oil

Post by vw4eva » Thu Jan 25, 2018 9:15 am

Hi guys , doing an oild change on a 2/20v turbo in a golf1
which oil you recommend from the below

Shell helix ultra 5w-40 full synthetic or Liquid Moly Molygen 5w-40 full synthetic
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Re: Shell and Liquid Moly oil

Post by bully » Thu Jan 25, 2018 9:29 am

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Re: Shell and Liquid Moly oil

Post by Stompie » Thu Jan 25, 2018 9:37 am

The question you need to ask yourself, If you need to top up oil....how easy would it be to get liqui moly again in order to top up? Shell you just drive to a shell gerage and top up. I wanted to get Liqui moly for my car recently but then saw someone else ask this same question which made sense to me.
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Re: Shell and Liquid Moly oil

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Post by Unobeat » Mon Jan 29, 2018 10:05 am

Stompie wrote:The question you need to ask yourself, If you need to top up oil....how easy would it be to get liqui moly again in order to top up? Shell you just drive to a shell gerage and top up. I wanted to get Liqui moly for my car recently but then saw someone else ask this same question which made sense to me.
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Post by Stompie » Mon Jan 29, 2018 10:08 am

Unobeat wrote:
Stompie wrote:The question you need to ask yourself, If you need to top up oil....how easy would it be to get liqui moly again in order to top up? Shell you just drive to a shell gerage and top up. I wanted to get Liqui moly for my car recently but then saw someone else ask this same question which made sense to me.
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Post by Unobeat » Mon Jan 29, 2018 10:16 am

Stompie wrote:
Unobeat wrote:
Stompie wrote:The question you need to ask yourself, If you need to top up oil....how easy would it be to get liqui moly again in order to top up? Shell you just drive to a shell gerage and top up. I wanted to get Liqui moly for my car recently but then saw someone else ask this same question which made sense to me.
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Oppps Sorry to derail the topic!!!
THANAS wrote:Mix them together to create Shellstrol, and then mix that with Winstrol to create the ultimate, maximum performance oil for your engine.
panic-mechanic wrote:When I build engines and do stuff like this I do it when there is nobody else around, No distractions, No phone nothing so that you don't forget what you should be doing. It's the little things that make them run right. Anybody can slap a basic bottom end together. that is the easy bit. It's all the little things that makes these builds a success or not.
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Re: Shell and Liquid Moly oil

Post by Stompie » Mon Jan 29, 2018 10:19 am

Unobeat wrote:
Stompie wrote:
Unobeat wrote:
Stompie wrote:The question you need to ask yourself, If you need to top up oil....how easy would it be to get liqui moly again in order to top up? Shell you just drive to a shell gerage and top up. I wanted to get Liqui moly for my car recently but then saw someone else ask this same question which made sense to me.
:iagree:

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LOL, last year October already :lol:

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