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Thread: Engine Oil in a 4-Seasons Climate

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    Quote Originally Posted by holyc0w View Post
    I don't know how often you change oil. Maybe consider the 10w40 for the warmer months?
    Well it seems as if my oil change is coming up soon, and it's already gotten chilly in NYC for the time being, I guess 5w40 is the only way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dano516 View Post
    Well it seems as if my oil change is coming up soon, and it's already gotten chilly in NYC for the time being, I guess 5w40 is the only way.
    What did you end up going with? I’m not sure if I should continue the 5w-30 I did last year or should I try the molygen.


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    [QUOTE=joeybananaz18;588834]What did you end up going with? I’m not sure if I should continue the 5w-30 I did last year or should I try the molygen.
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    I actually went with the 5W40 with molygen, no problems at all and everything seems to be running very smooth!
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    [QUOTE=Dano516;589003]
    Quote Originally Posted by joeybananaz18 View Post
    What did you end up going with? I’m not sure if I should continue the 5w-30 I did last year or should I try the molygen.
    /QUOTE]

    I actually went with the 5W40 with molygen, no problems at all and everything seems to be running very smooth!
    I ended up going with the same 5-30 as last year so that I could continue with fcp’s step 2 additives.


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