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    #11
    Year 2016 na.

    Bolahan na usapan hot temperature/climate = thicker oil.

    Palabnaw na palabnaw na recommendation majority car manufacturer. Sa pagkaka-alam ko ang "universal viscocity" sa diesel engine 10w30 at 5w30 sa gasoline.

    5w40 at 10w40 pwede pa naman kaso doon na ako sa maganda "flow"

    Makadyot at pigil takbo pag malapot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kagalingan View Post
    Year 2016 na.

    Bolahan na usapan hot temperature/climate = thicker oil.

    Palabnaw na palabnaw na recommendation majority car manufacturer. Sa pagkaka-alam ko ang "universal viscocity" sa diesel engine 10w30 at 5w30 sa gasoline.

    5w40 at 10w40 pwede pa naman kaso doon na ako sa maganda "flow"

    Makadyot at pigil takbo pag malapot.
    Still shitin' around?

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    Eh napahiya ka kasi sa pinagmamalaki mo "follow the mitsubishi engineer"

    Ayan bigla mabebenta na sa nissan. hahahahah

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    Quote Originally Posted by kagalingan View Post
    Eh napahiya ka kasi sa pinagmamalaki mo "follow the mitsubishi engineer"

    Ayan bigla mabebenta na sa nissan. hahahahah
    But you're still shittin around right?

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    *kagalingan
    Yes 30 weight will flow better. It will also give better FC. Still, a thinner oil will shear faster from fuel dilution than a thicker oil. Which will affect your drain interval if you spend a lot of time in traffic. Turbo diesels also lose quite a bit of oil from evaporation from the crank case. you can see this deposited in your intercooler. Thinner oil will evaporate more quickly. I tried 30 weight once, I had to add oil more frequently.

    It's year 2016. There are ways to get your point across without being abrasive. This is one of the biggest problems in this country. People think if they put someone down, sikat sila and it helps them somehow. I can't imagine how. Remember negativity breeds negativity.

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    Sorry if nadamay ka sa magaspang pagkasabi ko.

    Dati kasi matagal na debate thicker = better. Tapos meron pa magyayabang na keyso mas alam daw ng mitsubishi engineer kaya 15w40 na lang old school diesel 4d56. (tapos after ilan days biglang may news sa panloloko ng mitsubishi japan tapos after ilan days mabebenta na sa nissan)

    Pero syempre pag meron innovation eh meron mga changes.. Sinimulan ko year 2008 sa L300 10w30 kasi masira man ok lang. Pero aba ang ganda ng takbo at walang nangyari sira sa L300, Mga ilan years din at nung nakapante na ako sinunod ko na sa mga pang negosyo fleet FB body, Adventure, Innova, Montero. Hanggang 5w30 walang problema.

    Tapos dati ko pa iniisip bakit ang isuzu casa sila nagsimula gumamit ng 10w30 besco eh old school diesel ang crosswind. Di ba dapat 15w40. Pero hiyang na hiyang sa crosswind 10w30.

    Ang nagkaproblema isuzu nung hindi nila inabisuhan mga trooper diesel owner. Yan ang hindi pwede malapot na oil. Jan sila naleche.

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    #17
    Totaly magkaiba ang diesel at petro engine.10w30 yan ang universal engine oil para sa petrol sa mga tropical countries.pero pag luma na petrol engine allowed na iadjust to higher viscosity like 10w40.pag nilagyan mo ng wieght 30 ang diesel which is very high compression and heat,madali mag shear at dumumi ang oil nyan.kahit komting byahe lang.Kaya konti nalang ang proteksyon nya sa metal parts mo.lalabnaw na yan.ang positive side lng ng malabnaw na oil ay tipid sa gas

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    Pag short trips considered mas masama ang epektp sa makina kasi hindi masyado umiinit ang oil kaya mas marami naiipon na moisture,water vapor sa loob kaya madaling magdegrade ang oil.dapat ibyahe mo din sya long distance once in a while mejo birahin mo para mailabas ng makina ang mga naiipon na carbon at iba pang dumi

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    Quote Originally Posted by cliford27 View Post
    Pag short trips considered mas masama ang epektp sa makina kasi hindi masyado umiinit ang oil kaya mas marami naiipon na moisture,water vapor sa loob kaya madaling magdegrade ang oil.dapat ibyahe mo din sya long distance once in a while mejo birahin mo para mailabas ng makina ang mga naiipon na carbon at iba pang dumi

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    Short trip Hind umiinit?

    For example 1hr short trip dahil sa traffic, bgc-megamall.

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    * cliford27: Agree totally on that sir, which is also one reason why I started this thread. The Isuzu Multi-Z 10W-30 of the dealership may not provide adequate protection for my MUX the daily travel of which is mostly short. As in 3-minutes-one-way short. Lately I've deliberately made some side-trips (still darn short) of 10 km before I go home in the afternoon.

    I'm considering some readily available synthetics such as Delo 5W-40 et al, but almost all of them are CJ-4 classified, whereas the MUX merely requires CH-4 to CI-4 oils. The casa won't allow me to bring my own oil even if it's superior to theirs. Haay...

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