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  1. emmomojo

    Can I use a thicker oil?

    Mm, thinking old land-rover. Might just make the heater blow that little bit hotter :cool:
  2. emmomojo

    Can I use a thicker oil?

    Subaru used to have an optional 88 degree (standard) and a hotter one for winter, 92 if I remember, as did many other manufacturers.
  3. emmomojo

    Winter tyres fitted

    Thanks. Just worth mentioning that the sidewall states m+s too. So good for the rally cross, mud covered tarmac we get over here in the country, from the sugar beet harvest etc, where tractors try to convert roads into fields. And for parking in fields at motorsports events and...bonfire night...
  4. emmomojo

    Help with starting project!!

    You need a 12 gauge semi auto with 3 1/2" magnum slugs!
  5. emmomojo

    Help with starting project!!

    Too many dang critters and snapping turtles too huh?
  6. emmomojo

    Help with starting project!!

    :woot:<B
  7. emmomojo

    What does cat D and cat C mean when buying a car

    It means that, the muppet who used to drive the high performance car, had no business doing so... Invariably!
  8. emmomojo

    Help with starting project!!

    I follow toms turbo garage on youtube. He's in your neck of the woods, I think, contact him. He's awesome! What's the weather like way down in dixie?
  9. emmomojo

    Help with starting project!!

    If I were in mississippi, I would donate some spanner time for some of that corn bread and moonshine, but I don't think that it's appropriate to donate funds for the very reason being, it could just be for a crystal meth lab, or something much more sinister. Sorry
  10. emmomojo

    Winter tyres fitted

    Pirelli sottozero 3 x4, 225/45/17, pricematched by selecta tyre, quoted by openeo £404 fitted with new valve and balance. They are very quiet apart from a fairly high pitched but only slight "singing" Roll on the cold.
  11. emmomojo

    Help with starting project!!

    You need to start by buying yourself a rear fog light... And rigging it up in your bedroom window.
  12. emmomojo

    Can I use a thicker oil?

    I personally prefer a hotter thermostat in winter if available too.
  13. emmomojo

    Can I use a thicker oil?

    It's about perception. My renault suggestions on oil are a 10 w 30 or a 10w40 but that is for UK. It's a very poor guideline. It's perfectly feasible to use a 0w 30 or 0w 40 because this spec supercedes the last. In very cold climate this would be the ONLY option due to the cold start viscosity...
  14. emmomojo

    Advice needed please disco 3???

    Thanks, that is what I said as well mate
  15. emmomojo

    Can I use a thicker oil?

    Take a look. Old hat stuff in old race engine builders. It's called prudent economic common sense. And btw thick oil also works wonders on certain applications.
  16. emmomojo

    Advice needed please disco 3???

    I mean disco 4 3.0 tdv6. Am I right? God this crowd got stuck in the mud, back in 1976
  17. emmomojo

    Advice needed please disco 3???

    My aunt is thinking of blowing ten k on a discovery. It's my understanding on discos that the discovery 3 tdv6 is the only real option. Before I ring her am I in the right ball park folks? Thanks indeed.
  18. emmomojo

    Can I use a thicker oil?

    Haaaaaaaaa
  19. emmomojo

    Can I use a thicker oil?

    It gives more hp and torque due to reducing "pumping losses"
  20. emmomojo

    Can I use a thicker oil?

    The exhaust gasses. It's known technically as a syphon
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