LiquiMoly 0w40 VOA

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http://www.liqui-moly.de/liquimoly/mediendb.nsf/gfx2/1360%20synthoil%20energy%20SAE%200w-40_EN.pdf/$file/1360%20synthoil%20energy%20SAE%200w-40_EN.pdf Specifications / Approvals: API SM/CF ACEA A3-04/B4-04 LIQUI MOLY recommends this product for vehicles for which the following specifications are required MB 229.3 VW 502 00/505 00 Porsche A40 BMW Longlife-98 Ford WSS-M2C937-A TECHNICAL DATA Viscosity class : 0W-40 Density at +15 °C : 0.85 g/cm³ DIN 51757 Viscosity at +40 °C : 80 mm²/s DIN 51562 Viscosity at +100 °C : 14 mm²/s DIN 51562 Viscosity index : 181 DIN ISO 2909 Flash point : 216 °C DIN ISO 2592 Pour point : -48 °C DIN ISO 3016 ASTM color : 3.5 DIN 51578 Ash, sulphate : 1.2 g/100 g DIN 51575
 
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I like the looks of it but I don't think you can beat M1 0w40 for price and availability, not to mention it is an outstanding product. Thanks for the VOA again!!
 

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Originally Posted By: CATERHAM
Thanks for posting. Well it's Phos' level is higher than M1; that's something.
Not sure how accurate any of the additive numbers really are, figure a 10% to 15% variance?
 
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Liqui-Moly doesn't put moly in their oils. This is nothing new. A bit less boron than M1 0w40, but otherwise looks like a sufficiently stout oil.
 
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They do indeed make an oil that has there mos2 already in it, but I don't remember what it's called.
 
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Originally Posted By: dparm
I don't believe any do, except that weird MoS2 10w40 stuff they sell.
^Also 20w-50 and toxic green 5,10,15w-50,full synthetic with loads of Moly. Not available in US and not all European countries. But, I'm not 100% sure.
 
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Never seen the green bottle before. Weird. Typically the local NAPA has Synthoil Premium 5w40 (purple), Longtime Plus 5w30 (blue), and Synthoil Energy 0w40 (black). Some stock the MoS2 10w40 (silver) and Diesel High Tech 5w40 (indigo). They can get the Race Tech 10w60 (silver) if you ask.
 
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