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  1. Join Date
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    #1
    Sino na nakagamit?

    Sabi sa ibang forums ok daw e.

    Once a year lang kasi ako magpa change oil kahit medyo mataas na mileage ng oto ko (almost 85K na). Bibihira ko na rin lang kasi gamitin. Last year 5K kms lang tinakbo ko. Iniisip ko maglagay nito para added protection na rin sa engine. Lasts up to 4 oil changes daw e. 1700 ata sa speedlab.

    Wadayatink?

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    i tried both the ceratec and liqui moly... yung ceratec ginamit ko sa diesel yung liquimoly sa gas namin...
    there will be improvement sa FC...

    in my opinion the ceratec saved us from a total engine overhaul when one vehicle overheated due to hose leaking... it was so hot the engine cover melted!!

    sa BITOG forums abroad, ok naman mga reviews nila....

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    Thanks miko. Diesel pala ang ginamitan mo. May iba kasi nagsasabi na may issue daw sa spark plugs kung sa gas ginagamit.

    Basa basa din ako sa Bob Is The Oil Guy.

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    Hindi ko pa nasubukan pero nakikita ko ito sa car show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robot.sonic View Post
    Thanks miko. Diesel pala ang ginamitan mo. May iba kasi nagsasabi na may issue daw sa spark plugs kung sa gas ginagamit.

    Basa basa din ako sa Bob Is The Oil Guy.
    if madali lang palitan spark plug mo... pwede naman.. meh mga vehicle kasi na super hirap palitan spark plug kaya hastle pag na foul dahil sa ceratec

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    wala ko makita ceratec kaya sinubukan ko muna sa pajero fm 4m40 diesel, liquimoly mos2 * P550 300ml pede upto 7L oil capacity, mas lalu pumino at tumahimik engine even bagong start dati mejo may konti gaspang need muna idle ilang secs-min para mas pumino ngayon makinis agad pati pag tuwing sipa ng aircon compressor yung konti palag di na ramdam.
    Gusto ko din masubukan liquimoly ceratec eto ata latest nila. Malaki kaya difference sa benefits vs mos2? Mejo mahal din kasi 550 vs 1700. Same 300ml?


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    Sir saan po kayo nakakabili ng ceratec, galing ako ng ACE sa MOA kahapon wala akong nakita.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manilablock View Post
    Sir saan po kayo nakakabili ng ceratec, galing ako ng ACE sa MOA kahapon wala akong nakita.
    Try checking the Liqui Moly site for dealer details:

    Liqui Moly Philippines

    I was thinking of this Certec a few months ago but i'm still waiting for more concrete feedback/results from those who used the product locally.

    Si CB also used the Mos2 and seems happy with it.

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    sa speedlab na website meron sila.

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    Mas ok ata pagsabayin mos2 at ceratec? Parehas maganda magagawa sa engine
    Ang ceratec nag bind sa metal mismo? Upto 40-70k mileage protection?

    Quote Originally Posted by miko101130
    hindi kalokohan ang engine oil additive o fuel additive,, napapa sama lang dahil majority of these products are not really able to deliver their claims. So the mindset of those who were unfortunate to buy those non performing additives will be biased..
    If you do your research and homework first, your money will be well spent

    MOLYBDENUM BASED ADDITIVES - search nyo sa net regarding molybdenum additives para ma enlighten ang mga nasa dilim pa!!

    *Moly has a very low coefficient of friction even in the higher heat ranges to 750 degrees F
    *Major oil companies and most large industries are depending on oils and greases fortified with Moly to extend the service life and reduce maintenance on aircraft, trucks, compressors, tractors, ships and automobiles. Properly used it can double the operating life of equipment and reduce maintenance as much as 60%. Another small plus for Moly in these days of fuel prices, is that an engine treated with Moly usually obtains 10% to 25% better fuel mileage. Moly reduces friction in an engine up to 60%.
    *It possesses the properties of being able to withstand extremely high load capacities (400,000 psi). It is chemically stable, has a very low coefficient of friction (0.05 to 0.09 in powder form) and has thermo-stability over 2,000F. All of these properties are essential to reduce metal to metal contact and thereby reduce friction, heat, and wear

    BORON NITRIDE OR CERAMIC BASED ADDITIVES- these additives are among the latest if not the best performing additives that has scientific data and background to back its claims...

    *Temperature stability of the
    ceramic particles : To +1,200 C
    *A ceramic-metal layer formed during action of an additive makes for enhances tightness of rings and a tube
    *Durability of ceramic-metal layer corresponds to coaled surfaces and in under guarantee for distance of 70 000km
    * Excellent Lubricating Properties due to low Coefficient of Friction at 0.15 to 0.70
    Good Chemical Inertness
    Electrical Insulator
    Thermal Conductor (result: better heat dissipation)
    High Temperature Stability, 1000o C in Air, 1400o C in Vacuum and 1800o C in Inert gas
    Low Thermal Expansion
    Low Dielectric Constant
    High Load bearing properties
    Non-Wetting: hBN is not wetted by Glasses, Salts and (most) metals, therefore it provides strong resistance to chemical attack Easy Machineability (in hot pressed state). Complex shapes can be machined from hot pressed structure.

    one treatment will last you around 40,000kms to 70,000 kms... boron nitride is virtually indestructible once it binds into your engine metal parts
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