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Hello All,

When I owned my 2008 RRS SC, I was told by a few RR enthusiasts, to us BG MOA #110 every time I changed the oil.

I just bought a 2014 RRS SC, and generally I go to the dealer every 15k to have them do an oil change, but I do them myself at 5 & 10k miles between the 15K @ the dealer. Does anyone have any input on using BG MOA in these newer motors? Any reason I shouldn't or any reason why I should?

Thanks In Advance
 

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Might be a stretch to refer to my 2011 5.0 liter NA V8 as a "newer" motor. I have been using BG EPR, MOA at oil changes, and BG 44K added to fuel monthly. EPR is a cleaner to assist getting contaminants out with used oil. MOA is an oil additive. Have used all these products with success on other performance engines as well.

My L322 runs great with over 111k miles on the odometer. Hope this gives you some confidence in BG products.
 
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