oil.....what are you running and what are the 'effects'

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Re: oil.....what are you running and what are the 'effects'

Postby Jamie N » Sun 06.12.2015, 12:29

Rambo wrote:Can you use it on the carp ets or do you find its still too viscous ?


Always found it was a bit of a Bass tard on those Mark, I'm sure there will be a method though, I'l Mullet over.
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Re: oil.....what are you running and what are the 'effects'

Postby dapinky » Sun 06.12.2015, 13:39

I tried it in the wireless set, but now I can't tuna it in to some stations.
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Re: oil.....what are you running and what are the 'effects'

Postby lotusflasherman » Sun 06.12.2015, 13:51

dapinky wrote:I tried it in the wireless set, but now I can't tuna it in to some stations.


that's because you need to tuna to as different plaice...
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Re: oil.....what are you running and what are the 'effects'

Postby Jamie N » Sun 06.12.2015, 17:41

lotusflasherman wrote:
dapinky wrote:I tried it in the wireless set, but now I can't tuna it in to some stations.


that's because you need to tuna to as different plaice...


:lol:

Although she aint no virgin and just a regular little Olive she still drives like a Bream regardless. But i do think this topic is just getting a bit trout of hand.
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Re: oil.....what are you running and what are the 'effects'

Postby Rambo » Sun 06.12.2015, 19:11

Jamie N wrote:Ive gone back to Olive oil 5/99, especially great for seafoods like clamshafts, big end shells and bi-valves. :bonk:


Could be a bit of a red herring ? Hope you're not taking the pis(ton) Jamie :twisted:
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Re: oil.....what are you running and what are the 'effects'

Postby Jamie N » Tue 08.12.2015, 10:57

[/quote]Could be a bit of a red herring ? Hope you're not taking the pis(ton) Jamie :twisted:[/quote]

You what? Piston her ring red?.... You filthy man!, how very dare you!. :-D
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Re: oil.....what are you running and what are the 'effects'

Postby pineapplecharm » Sat 05.12.2020, 19:59

More as a note to myself next time I'm in Halfords hung over and facing a crisis of confidence in my memory..

I have been running my turbo Elan on Mobil 3000 5W40 for the past few years. Very smooth from cold, usage isn't high and it's usually fairly priced.
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