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  1. #1
    as the title says: whats your pick?

    shell, caltex, petron, total, valvoline, mobil, eneos, redline, royal purple, motul?

    please tell the brand, which variant, comments and the price. un lang..

    magsusurvey lang papalitan ko kasi ng fully synth oil xty ko...so 1gal kukunin ko...

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    AY, go for RP, di ka magsisisi. di na baleng may kamahalan at 550 petot per liter, sulit naman. in fact, papunta pala ako ke speedyfix ngayon para mag-change oil, hehehe...

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    AY,

    3 cars namin naka Royal Purple. 3 years na halos. I consume around 40 litres of RP per year. Di ka magsisisi.

    I use the 5w-30 sa lahat ng cars namin.

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    #4
    RP din ako. wala ba RP dito QC? medyo malayo speedyfix eh :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by jozef_10 View Post
    RP din ako. wala ba RP dito QC? medyo malayo speedyfix eh :D
    Speedlab has it.

    Ang mahal na ng mga synthetic ng mga iba... 600+ na ung mga ibang full synth.

    Since the Lynx eats oil every 5000 kms, I'm staying with semi-synth at the moment, going to observe if performance is different. But if you're following a 10,000 km change, full synth is a must.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    for a naturally aspirated diesel...?

    I use:

    Castrol CRB --> 200 ata per liter, or slightly less
    Shell Helix (mineral) --> 2,200 ata yung sa shell (1 gallon+1 liter) may kasama nang bosch oil filter

    oil change every 5,000 km.

    Tried using fully synthetic a couple of times. Itim rin after a week, that's why I'm sticking to mineral oils.
    Last edited by scharnhorst; February 6th, 2010 at 01:26 PM.

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    sa speedlab, tama ba yung price posted sa site nila.. RP there cost 500/liter....

    the xtrail manual says: "5w-30 will positively improve fuel economy"

    and for hot areas: 20w-40 or 20w-50 is recommended...

    anu pipiliin ko?
    Last edited by alwayz_yummy; February 7th, 2010 at 08:06 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alwayz_yummy View Post
    sa speedlab, tama ba yung price posted sa site nila.. RP there cost 500/liter....

    the xtrail manual says: "5w-30 will positively improve fuel economy"

    and for hot areas: 20w-40 or 20w-50 is recommended...

    anu pipiliin ko?
    baka naman pang sahara desert init yung "hot area" na yan...

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    #9
    maganda ang royal purple kasi kakaiba ang technology na ang pagkakagawa sa langis na yan na wala sa iba, yung karamihan na engine oil ay kelangan medyo aalamin mo pa ang previous na inilagay na engine oil nung last change oil mo dahil karamihan ay natatakot sa baka magkaroon ng corrosion or friction ang loob ng makina mo dahil magkaiba ang timplada ng fully synthetic, semi synthetic at mineral oil at baka rin pumanget ang andar ng makina mo kung maghahalo ang magkaibang engine oil.

    sa royal purple hindi ka magkakaproblema kahit gamitin mo pa yung fully synthetic nila or semi synthetic sa oras ng change oil mo, kahit sabihin or alam natin ang dating inilagay mo sa naunang change oil mo ay mineral oil, semi synthetic or fully synthetic so ibig sabihin ay puede mong ihalo sa lahat ng klase ng car engine oil.

    bakit ko nasabi maganda yan?, kasi yan nagamit na ako nyan nung mag pa-change oil ako sa speedyfix gumanda ang andar ng makina ko at nag less ang vibration nagkaroon ng improvement sa hatakan at takbuhan na hindi ko naranasan nung una nauna kong langis na mobil, motul, castrol at iba pang nagamit kong engine oil.

    kagandahan din sa langis na yan kung halimbawang kelangan mong magdagdag ng langis at walang available na royal purple sa lugar kung saan mapadpad ay puede mo syang haluan ng ibang brand or iba ang vicosity at klase ng engine oil ganun pa rin ang magiging performance ng makina mo mula ng magpa-change oil ka na ginamit mo ang royal purple.

    ngayon kung ang ibang brand naman, vicosity at klase ng engine oil mo puede mong gamitin or lagyan ng royal purple para ipang dagdag kung kinakailangan mong magdagdag ng langis sa makina mo at wala kang magiging problema na magkaroon na kung anu-ano na sinasabi ng mga ilang expert na sa oras na maglagay ka ng magkaibang viscosity at klase ng engine oil.

    YAN ang sinasabi kong technology ng ROYAL PURPLE na wala sa iba.

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    ayon sa manual:

    ung 5w-30 temp range ay below -30 deg.C to 15 deg.C.

    while 10w-30, 10w-40, 10w-50, 15w-40, 15w-50 temp.range is from -20 to above 40 deg.C...

    ung 20w-40 and 20w-50 temp range is from -10 to above 40 deg.C

    naguguluhan ako kung anong viscosity kukunin ko...diba magiging mainit na ngayong summer?


    eto pa ung API grade SG, SH SJ, ILSAC grade GF-I, GF-II ACEA96-A2... alin dapat kunin ko?

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