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MotoIQ’s Project E46 M3 uses Liqui Moly Engine Renewal Kit

September 28, 2017

In a recent MotoIQ article (Online performance automotive magazine), author Pablo Mazlumian performed some preventative maintenance on the Project E46 M3, using the Liqui Moly Engine Renowal Kit and full synthetic GT1 10w-60 motor oil from Bavarian Autosport (BAVauto®).

The Engine Renewal Kit includes the Liqui Moly Engine Flush, Ceratec,  Jectron and Ventil Sauber (see descriptions below) and helps to keep the engine free of oil sludge and varnish build-up (especially piston ring land varnish), reduce power and durability robbing friction and wear and keep the intake valves and fuel system free of varnish and carbon build-up.

Liqui Moly GT1 10w-60 fully synthetic motor oil is specifically approved by BMW in Europe and is an excellent choice as an improvement over the factory BMW 10w-60 oil.

Click HERE for a BAVauto® article on Liqui Moly Engine Renewal Kits

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Here are a couple excerpts from Pablo’s article:

It’s that time again so we’ll be doing some maintenance updates using German-made Liqui Moly products from Bavarian Autosport, including 10w-60 weight oil and Mann oil filter, Liqui Moly’s Engine flush to remove carbon build up, and Liqui Moly’s Ceratec lubrication for the internals.

When we finished our oil change using the Liqui Moly 10w-60 oil (as recommended by BMW for normally-aspirated M3s and M5s), we went ahead and included a bottle of Ceratec, which should help further eliminate friction and lengthen piston side skirt life thanks to its ceramic protection. We have been adding it to roughly every other oil change in this car [Liqui-Moly’s recommendation is every 35,000 miles).

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