Mugen MT105 Engine Treatment Oil

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Just wondering if anyone has used it, and if so how good does it work?

I read up on the info about it, but thought I would ask everyone here first before I try it.

Seems like the only oil addictive you want to use in your Honda :) But can you use on cars with mileage or this is only for brand new ones?

Anyways, any input?

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Don’t waste your money. Regular drain and fills is all you need
 

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If you want molybdenum in your oil, I would rather use a complete oil that contains molybdenum (like some German oils) than an additive, mostly intended for racing engines. I wouldn't use it until I know whether it contains phosphorus or sulfur.
 

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Just run some Liqui Moly or something with a high moly content to start with
 

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Waste of money. Don’t ever add any additives to a new engine. Just use premium oil and you have a long list from to choose from ( ravenol, motul, liqui moly, redline...). if You have a 200-300k km engine maybe, but you solve these problems differently, not with oil additives.
use additives in gas...they may do something.
 

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