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ATP AT-205 vs Liqui Moly Oil Saver #4979590 01/15/19 04:56 AM
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Are they both the same thing? Different kinds of esters?

I've read that AT-205 is a single treatment whereas Oil Saver needs to be run with every change?


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Re: ATP AT-205 vs Liqui Moly Oil Saver [Re: FlyPenFly] #4980033 01/15/19 02:20 PM
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ATP-205 is a water like liquid and Motor oil saver is a thick oil based additive, i have used both together in a problematic engine, so not sure which helped but one of them did the trick. I believe they both have seal conditioners in it, i would try the motor oil saver first.


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Re: ATP AT-205 vs Liqui Moly Oil Saver [Re: FlyPenFly] #4980156 01/15/19 03:57 PM
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Re: ATP AT-205 vs Liqui Moly Oil Saver [Re: FlyPenFly] #4990624 01/25/19 04:33 PM
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Interesting property of AT-205, being Carbitol, a mild ester based solvent, it seems to have some carbon cleaning properties... some people are reporting that it takes carbon off of old oil caps and actually might clean the engine somewhat.


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