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Silkolene oil

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1d, 1d agoPosted 1 decade, 1 day ago
Im after Silkolene Pro 10w 50 for my car, dont know if anyone can help me to find the cheapest place to buy it from..
Need 10 litres
Thanks
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1d, 1d agoPosted 1 decade, 1 day ago
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#1
hi try these guys http://www.opieoils.co.uk i buy my silkoleen from them.can't say if they are the cheapest but service is second to none and they do have the odd promotion,also mocom racing are worth a shout.
not a bad idea to sign up to a forum such as scoobynet there does be some very good group buys every now and again
#2
[SIZE=2]Dont forget there is a members discount available with opie.[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]If your a petrolhead you may bre a member of one of the forums they give discounts for.[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]I looked and 10l of your oil would be £80.99 delivered.[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]What car you want it for, must be a performance motor? [/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]I would also consider Millers oils cheaper and sometimes avialable locally even cheaper than rrp.[/SIZE]
#3
Used opie before, they are good...
wanted cheaper!

do you know if millers is as good?
#4
sab
Used opie before, they are good...
wanted cheaper!

do you know if millers is as good?


All I know is that reputable haulage/bus companies use either silkolene or Millers so they must be getting something right for such huge milages...my local Motor Factors stocks Millers and they have recommended it for my turbo charged diesel rather than the big advertised brands.
#5
sab
Used opie before, they are good...
wanted cheaper!

do you know if millers is as good?


a lot of performance tuners use millers.depends really on your car and state of tune,but for most cars a good grade millers would more than do just fine.
i use silkoleen in my car and i think its worth the few extra pounds every 6 months or so.my car does seem to run that bit sweeter.a lot of oil companys claim their oil to be fully synthetic but silkoleen and motul are true synthetic's.thats why they cost that bit more.

if you find a cheaper suplier don't forget to post them on here!

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