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Old 04-26-2011, 09:24 PM   #1
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motul oil

anyone knows where i can do the oil change w/ motul oil & OEM oil filter??

my fd told me a mechanic can do his CSX type-s @ his house for $80, is it a good deal??
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Which oil is it for that price?
OEM Honda filter is about $8 from a $tealership.
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it's motul oil w/ oem filter for $80, and the guy will change it @ yr place
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Motul makes more than one type of oil.
If it is $80 for 5L of 300V plus an OEM filter, then yeah that is a great deal.

6100 is $13/L x 4 = $52.00 + $8 for the OEM filter x 1.12% = $67.20
8100 is $14/L x 4 = $56.00 + $8 for the OEM filter x 1.12% = $71.68

You could just do the work yourself and save a bit more $$$.
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personally, if you're paying the price. i think there are better alternatives to motul oil.

I was running on motul on my volvo and it didnt like it at all.

I recommend Lubro Moly, Amsoil, and Eneos oil.

some of them might even be on sale at a local parts store.

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