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BMW Synthetic was Veedol, Valvoline & Mobil... (archive)

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Posted by David Chen on December 27, 1999 at 08:30:40:

In Reply to: Re: Mobil 1 + Morey's additive? posted by F. Yaskin on December 24, 1999 at 07:08:11:

in chronological order.

And anybody's guess as to who makes it worldwide because BMW markets 5 types:

High Power - mineral based
High Power Special - partly synthetic
Super Power - full synthetic
Super Power Special - full synthetic
Super Power Plus - full synthetic


: The BMW synth is 5w-40 produced by Valvoline. Valvoline is now marketing the 5w40 at retail, although I havent seen it on any shelves yet, only the 5w-30.

: F.Yaskin
: 95 530i/5
: 86 325es
: 84 533i
: 77 530i

: : I've been using Mobil 1 in my cars since it came out in 1976(?). I won't use anything else! I have also used Slick 50 since it inception and I can't prove any benifits, but I can prove no harm! I did notice the engine felt smoother with Slick 50, but that could be physcological. They make a synthetic Slick 50 to use with Mobil 1 and the like.

: : I hear the German Synthetic oils that Bav Auto and BMP sell are very good too, but expensive.

: : According to my BMW dealer, BMW's synthetic oils is Mobil 1.

: : Post feedback after you try it!

: : Joe

: : 92 535i Sharked





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