BG Additive Complaint
Re: BG products#28453502/21/05 12:20 AMTomHJoined: Oct 2004Posts: 391Richmond, VAquote:Originally posted by GreenHornet:
I really don't need MOA (which stands for Molybdenum Oil Additive.)This may have been true in the past, but a quick check of the contents of a current can of MOA show no moly whatsoever.
Re: BG products#28454102/22/05 07:56 PMTomHJoined: Oct 2004Posts: 391Richmond, VAquote:Originally posted by GreenHornet:
With respect to BG 44K, there was mention on a thread here about 6 months ago that the formula for this had changed.
I've done a search and couldn't locate the original post. The author mentioned the new ingredients, and then disparaged them quite a bit.
Does anyone know anything about this?Yeah, that was me, and I'm still miffed at BG for what I feel is a general "cheapening" of what was once the best fuel system cleaner on the market.
The original post can be seen here:
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