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Old Thu, Apr-09-2015, 12:19:07 AM   #11
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Default Re: Thoughts on Liqui Moly 10W-60 Oil For Use in S65 Engine?

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I would only use what BMW recommends.

I had my engine die out of warranty on my E46 M3. My block cracked! BMW replaced the whole engine for free (parts and labor), however they first wanted to see proof that I only used Castrol.

Castrol is cheap insurance.
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Default Re: Thoughts on Liqui Moly 10W-60 Oil For Use in S65 Engine?

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Liqui-Moly 10w 60 is no different than Castrol TWS... I have always used Liqui-Moly in all of my M's for hundreds of thousands of miles with no issues... It is a very high grade oil...
It's actually a bit better, from one standpoint. It is more viscous. So for hot climates or track use, that would be good. But TWS may be better than LM for those in colder climates as it has lower viscosity and pour point.

You could run 0w40 in M cars if the conditions were such (cold/cool/no track use).

Oil selection should depend on more than just price (or BMW's say)

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Default Re: Thoughts on Liqui Moly 10W-60 Oil For Use in S65 Engine?

I have this oil in my E46M3. I'll be changing it out in May and sending a sample to Blackstone. Low mileage annual oil change.
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Default Re: Thoughts on Liqui Moly 10W-60 Oil For Use in S65 Engine?

I use the LM 10W60 and so far, my car runs strong with no issues. I've had excellent blackstone results having used the oil.

@ $77 shipped, its a bargain with excellent value.
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Heard good things.
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