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    Default LIQUI MOLY MOS2 - Most Incredible Experience

    I have Civic 1998 Exi Manual,Mileage 85000 km ( Tyre Size 195/60/15r).
    Previously I am using ZIC A (10w40) and quit satisfied with it, My car give me 10Km in 1 KG CNG.
    Now i Switch to Liqui Moly Mos2 10w40.
    (Just Oil ,Oil Filter(VIC) , Air Filter Change) No Tuning Etc....

    Experience :

    1.Now i am feeling running like a New Car.
    2.Pickup Also Improved.
    3.Fuel Consumption also Improved.

    3 Times Result after Oil Change:
    48 Km in 3.7 kG Gas = 13 km (1st Refill)
    50 km in 4.0 Kg Gas = 12.5 km (2nd Refill)
    73 Km in 5.3 KG Gas = 13.75 km (3rd Refill).

    Final Word : Just Outstanding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedk06 View Post
    A friend used it in his cultus, he experienced smooth engine too but after few days his engine crank was worn. The cleaning additives probably super cleaned the engine causing strange noises in loose parts, he says never ever use liqui moly. Rebuilt cost him something around 20-21000Rs
    Suzuki owners must stick to zic
    i also had bad experience with LM products in mehran and never used them in my current car alto i was given quite a briefing by shop owner that LM is made in haven and Zic is from gandi nali near by but one bad experience does it all LM rad flush ruined my mehrans rad the engine flush ruined valve seals and rings and oil well that's another story eventually i thought best thing is selling this car !
    using Zic a+ and change interval 5 months or 3500kms
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    Quote Originally Posted by ekdrifter View Post
    Suzuki owners must stick to zic
    i also had bad experience with LM products in mehran and never used them in my current car alto i was given quite a briefing by shop owner that LM is made in haven and Zic is from gandi nali near by but one bad experience does it all LM rad flush ruined my mehrans rad the engine flush ruined valve seals and rings and oil well that's another story eventually i thought best thing is selling this car !
    using Zic a+ and change interval 5 months or 3500kms
    I use LM 5w-30 in Suzuki Swift... Ya Allah Khair
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    Quote Originally Posted by onthehonda View Post
    BTW you are using the oil for 10,000km because you aren't counting the duration in which your car has remained started at the traffic signal, moving in slow motion or stuck in a traffic jam so basically 7000=10000. Same is the case when we say change oil on 3500 it means 3500=5000 i.e we add up all the duration the car had remained started and change it before 5000
    he can change filter on 5k and I think he is good to go till 10k with same oil, no? @Xulfiqar can comment better.
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    It was bought from lm shop in blue area isb. The experiment cost him a lot. And yes a fancy oil not making a car fancy doesnt mean the car is crappy.

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    In karachi from where i can buy LM 5w-30

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    Quote Originally Posted by ekdrifter View Post
    Suzuki owners must stick to zic
    i also had bad experience with LM products in mehran and never used them in my current car alto i was given quite a briefing by shop owner that LM is made in haven and Zic is from gandi nali near by but one bad experience does it all LM rad flush ruined my mehrans rad the engine flush ruined valve seals and rings and oil well that's another story eventually i thought best thing is selling this car !
    using Zic a+ and change interval 5 months or 3500kms
    depends on the car condition, if you use 5W-30 in engine having 150k kms+ then probably its too low viscosity either car will consume oil or have some issues and the additives have strong detergents in them which are meant to clean the engine and remove all dirt and sludge but the local engines here are too crap low built quality which dont bear these hard additives and eventually end up with totaled engine hence recommended always choose according to car condition here in Pakistan people dont know anything about oil grades and just pour in by seeing the brands or fancy bottles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gujar96 View Post
    depends on the car condition, if you use 5W-30 in engine having 150k kms+ then probably its too low viscosity either car will consume oil or have some issues and the additives have strong detergents in them which are meant to clean the engine and remove all dirt and sludge but the local engines here are too crap low built quality which dont bear these hard additives and eventually end up with totaled engine hence recommended always choose according to car condition here in Pakistan people dont know anything about oil grades and just pour in by seeing the brands or fancy bottles.
    car was only 68k driven at that time but most suzuki owners stay away from LM products now i was again thinking to use some LM product but Zic is doing its job just fine so why would one do it
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    Suzuki owners have bad experience with LM :what:
    I am using LM in my suzuki bike too :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by adeelxp2003 View Post
    Suzuki owners have bad experience with LM :what:
    I am using LM in my suzuki bike too :p

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    Brother he is talking about cars I too use LM in my old Japanese 125.

    LM is not meant for old tech Suzuki engines specially if they are already running with 20W50 oils and seals are getting old.

    New Cultus 3 years or less and in Swift LM should be used.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bradpit View Post
    Brother he is talking about cars I too use LM in my old Japanese 125.

    LM is not meant for old tech Suzuki engines specially if they are already running with 20W50 oils and seals are getting old.

    New Cultus 3 years or less and in Swift LM should be used.
    When should LM 5-40 be changed? I ran it too 10,5 k km just to check and it had lost all it's viscosity, of course I used the 'ungli' method planning to try Mobil 1 5-50
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    Instead od Liqui moli i think caltex is a better option
    I used to look for exotic brands but after a lot of time, due to quality control issues, counterfeit brands and khwari that you do to reach the authorized outlets, i realized that
    due to easily availibility of caltex on petrol stations and the synthetic oil of caltex 5W40 has outstaning performance for new cars
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    Quote Originally Posted by onlyfaith View Post
    Instead od Liqui moli i think caltex is a better option
    I used to look for exotic brands but after a lot of time, due to quality control issues, counterfeit brands and khwari that you do to reach the authorized outlets, i realized that
    due to easily availibility of caltex on petrol stations and the synthetic oil of caltex 5W40 has outstaning performance for new cars
    is it the one in golden bottle? please mention price and drain interval
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    Quote Originally Posted by onthehonda View Post
    BTW you are using the oil for 10,000km because you aren't counting the duration in which your car has remained started at the traffic signal, moving in slow motion or stuck in a traffic jam so basically 7000=10000. Same is the case when we say change oil on 3500 it means 3500=5000 i.e we add up all the duration the car had remained started and change it before 5000
    After "car has remained started at the traffic signal, moving in slow motion or stuck in a traffic jam", the car's odometer starts giving an incorrect reading :-D ........
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    For using an engine oil for such long intervals, one needs to use the original filters which people hardly ever do here. A local filter costs a marginal amount of money as compared to an original one...... Original oil and air filters are an expense you have to undertake if you wish to use the same oil for such duration safely
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    Having said that, if you are not ready to invest in such high quality filters then stick to oils which are good for shorter intervals as it is a much better proposition :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by bilalahm View Post
    After "car has remained started at the traffic signal, moving in slow motion or stuck in a traffic jam", the car's odometer starts giving an incorrect reading :-D ........
    what onthehonda means is that the car is not moving but the engine is running so the engine oil is still doing its job which we don't normally consider but if you continuously drive in a city environment/traffic jams you should keep that in mind when calculating engine oil life.

    the is onthehonda's opinion not mine..

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    Quote Originally Posted by topcat View Post
    what onthehonda means is that the car is not moving but the engine is running so the engine oil is still doing its job which we don't normally consider but if you continuously drive in a city environment/traffic jams you should keep that in mind when calculating engine oil life.

    the is onthehonda's opinion not mine..
    Exactly, that's what I meant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by topcat View Post
    what onthehonda means is that the car is not moving but the engine is running so the engine oil is still doing its job which we don't normally consider but if you continuously drive in a city environment/traffic jams you should keep that in mind when calculating engine oil life.

    the is onthehonda's opinion not mine..
    Generally, the recommended intervals already includes this idling, stopping at signals, etc.
    For example, if company says change the engine oil after 5K, then it mainly refers to its clock (covered mileage).
    However, having the FEAR of such things like idling, etc. many of us change pay for the 5K oil, but change it just after 3K.
    And because Pak. people mainly follow the footsteps (particularly about oil change intervals) instead of using logics. That’s why companies do recommend to run for 5K oil until 3K only for the "safer side". This is totally weird. WHEREAS THE TRUTH IS THAT THEY ARE ONLY MAKING OILS THAT RUNS UPTO 3K, BUT USING THE FEAR AS THREAT AND ALWAYS ASK TO CHANGE EARLIER.
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    Service manual of my Nissan sates oil change at 15000 Kms and in sever conditions (excessive idling, short trips etc.) 7,500kms. In Pakistan we can safely change at 5000kms considering these numbers.
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