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Old 06 September 2005, 11:46   #11
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So do you mean 4 X 4 litres = 12 Litres total
Any way I would be interested!
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Hmmm, I feel the quantity needs to be clarified but I would be up for sharing a bulk purchase of synthetic opti oil. Oh yes.
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Old 06 September 2005, 11:54   #12
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Whaaaaat?

Hmmm, I feel the quantity needs to be clarified but I would be up for sharing a bulk purchase of synthetic opti oil. Oh yes.
Sorry should have been 16 litres
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Personally, I never realised I was dyslexic until I went to a toga party dressed as a goat.
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optimax oil.

Shelf like is good I take. I would be interested in bulk buy.
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Meee tooo..

Anyone any ideas on my silly Redex style question? Will this help keep injectors from clogging or knacker it!
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[QUOTE=Rodin] Meee tooo..

Anyone any ideas on my silly Redex style question? Will this help keep injectors from clogging or knacker it! [/QUOTE)

Not necessarily a silly idea - although Quicksilver Quickleen is the stuff to use. About 10.60 to treat 60 gallons (imperial) - so it probably works out similar 3 to Redex ???
Keeps injectors and system squeeky clean - supposedly
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Er, is it, er, (must whisper, the Opti is listening) safe to use in, er you know what?

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Thanks for that - now to find some!
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IIRC Aladdins Cave at Port Hamble does Optimax oil for about 22 for 4 litres.
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