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Molyslip

Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by Lenny1969, Mar 13, 2006.

  1. Lenny1969

    Lenny1969 New Member

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    How good is this molyslip, and would i notice any changes in vehicle if i treat it?
    Or is it one of those things you stick in and summise its doing what it says on the tin?:confused:
     
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    Just done mine with the engine treatment bought off ebay item number.. 8045022504.
    it might be me but the engine seems to have a bit more get up and go. it might just be the placebo effect. but reading through the description it does sound good stuff. as endorsed by yd, so it cant be all bad. ;)
     
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    my father used to swear by it. im not too sure. never been a believer in any petrol/oil additives.
    think its difficult to state definately whether it works or not.

    changing the oil and filter regular is far more important. mileage is a shyte guide to oil/filter changes. useage of the car/engine is far more valid.
    lots of stop start motoring and cold operation are far more damaging than nice hot motorway runs. hence change the oil at 5000 miles rather than 10000 on a town car.

    once saw a little old ladies puegeot. diesel engine totally shagged at 40k miles. she only ever went to tescos and back.
     
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    molyslip has been about for around 40 years and is still one of holts best selling lines. it does a very good job of protecting and quietening. i swear by the stuff and put it in everything, even my tea ;)
     
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    Well it cant be that good as it aint quietened you any :D
     
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    ROFLMNO
     
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    don't go quoting those teenager phone text secret codes on here, i had to get the kids out of bed to explain it ;)
     
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    LMAOGHDCXZSWQVMJPYGTSXZAVRTDJBGT !!!!!!!!!!!!

    Regards WP
     
  9. Lenny1969

    Lenny1969 New Member

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    Thats an easy one:

    Laugh My Arse Off Getting Hysterical Dribbling Cuz Xenophobic Zionist Silly ****ers Quote Verses Majestically Jesting People You Get To Speak X-rated Zany Answers Via Returned Tattle Despite Jolly Big Gobby ****s.

    Piece of ****.



































    (please dont try it again................:eek: )
     
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    think you'll find it's Laughing.......................................................... old folk, what do they know!!!! :D
     
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    Lenny1969 New Member

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    How very dare you!!!!!!!:D
     
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    GRUNT Well-Known Member

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    There are old folk who are wise and have been to the university of life.

    And there are young folk who are wet behind the ears and have had to invent a coded language that uses the first letter of the word, 'cos they can't spell the rest of the word! In some cases they can't even spell the first letter correctly!

    And if the young people don't learn to respect their elders, we'll squirt them with our colostomy bags.
     
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    l3on New Member

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    perhaps I'm reading too much into the senior member bit under your names :D :p :D

    P.S. (thats Post Script btw(By The Way)) YOGCSTFUN!!! :D
     
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    You've got "Member" under your name .... isn't that a medical term for penis ..... or PRICK?