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vdub_cordi

Ready to race!
Location
TORONTO ONTARIO
if anyone is looking for a place to get their mkv oil changed i found a place in markham called igarage i believe the address is 156 bullock drive he charges 60$ cash and uses motul
 

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r'zub n t'zug
Location
Toronto, CAN
Car(s)
2007 GTI
Right on. I live in markham too, and I need an oil change. What kind of motul does he use?


Tapatalkin
 

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r'zub n t'zug
Location
Toronto, CAN
Car(s)
2007 GTI
What kind as in what kind, not viscosity.. He uses 8100, but can do Liqui-Moly for the same price. Stuff is better for our cars anyway IMO
 

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r'zub n t'zug
Location
Toronto, CAN
Car(s)
2007 GTI
Motul 8100 has been perfect for my car for the last 50-60k kms

It's good oil no doubt, but after a few different brands I've found that liqui-moly is best.. You should try it sometime :thumbsup:
 

wbean

attention whore
Location
ubc
Car(s)
09 CW Gti
liqui moly is very good. motul 8100 is not bad, 300V is great but burns after 3000 km .. burns a lot ..
 

Wild Hare

.: MR. BIG STUFF :.
Location
Nortvest
Car(s)
2015 Golf R (TUNED)
I do my own and a Mann filter with 5w40 AMSOIL for $40!

AMSOIL... the best there is! Less burn off than the other crap. My car has 75K and I add a pint every 2-4K depending how I drive.

For USA people. FACT: NAPA once a year has a managers special. All NAPA GOLD (MANN equivalent) is %50 OFF! Comes with rubber ring seal too.
 

Vento 3

Oettinger GLi
Location
GTA
i have use both 8100 and specific from motul, i believe specific is better in terms of fighter oil consumption.

currently on Lubro Moly, seems even better on controlling oil consumption
 

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r'zub n t'zug
Location
Toronto, CAN
Car(s)
2007 GTI
i have use both 8100 and specific from motul, i believe specific is better in terms of fighter oil consumption.

currently on Lubro Moly, seems even better on controlling oil consumption

+1 for 5w40 lubromoly, and +1 for iGarage. I went there a couple hours ago to have them pick out all the ice that was frozen on my subframe/axle. I have done it twice myself and couldn't be bothered to do it a third time. They did it for $20, and they even topped my oil off for me! Added close to a quart
 
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