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  1. Join Date
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    #6211
    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    I suggest you try Wix or Baldwin oil filters. I ordered a Wix filter for the ASX from a Shopee seller (sewingpro) who happens to be a Tsikoteer also.




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    Yes thank u I actually use baldwin oil filter before but price keeps on increasing so I decided to choose other brands.

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    #6212
    Quote Originally Posted by Deestone View Post
    Yes thank u I actually use baldwin oil filter before but price keeps on increasing so I decided to choose other brands.

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    Mas mura yung Wix oil filters kaysa Baldwin or Amsoil.


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    #6213
    crazy_boy, do you have wix oil filter for isuzu 4JG2, PN 8-97329-911-0?

    Quote Originally Posted by crazy_boy View Post
    I try to sell lower than SRP. But tbh, madami nag bebenta ng Wix sa shopee ng overpriced. Almost x2 yung price, e meron naman bumibili hehe

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    #6214
    Quote Originally Posted by crazy_boy View Post
    Yes sir hehe ako yung seller its the same filter for the R18 engine

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    I already followed your store bro, sayo nako kukuha pag may need ako, baka may parts Karin ng tractor head ng Hino?

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    #6215
    Quote Originally Posted by crazy_boy View Post
    Yes sir hehe ako yung seller its the same filter for the R18 engine

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    bro, nagbebenta ka din ng wix cabin and air filter?

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    #6216
    I bought a 6lit cannister of Hyundai Xteer D700 10w30 for my 2014 Hyundai Accent CRDI. Affordable at P1,600.02 including shipping.
    Another oil I want to try in the future is Cyclon for my 2018 Sportage. For now, I bought another batch of Kixx PAO C3 5w40.

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    #6217
    Advantages of Fully Synthetic Engine Oil
    (Based on the Honda Cars Pangasinan PMS Orientation by After Sales-EVP Alvin Lo):

    Fully Synthetic Engine Oil (FSEO)
    Mineral Engine Oil (MEO)

    1. FSEO is less viscous / less thicker than MEO, thus making it faster to get around the engine's components during cold cranking starts. It envelopes the pistons and cylinders faster, causing less friction and metal-to-metal rubbing.
    2. FSEO has many additives that MEO doesn't have. The different kinds of additives have varying properties like anti-boiling, anti-bubble forming, anti-lumping, metal cleaning, etc. These additives are active only for a given time (4-6 months); so prolonged engine oil use will deteriorate the additive properties. This is the reason behind the change oil recommendation after six months, or 10T kilometers (whichever comes first).
    3. Dirty air that enters the engine from dirty clogged air filters will pollute the FSEO / MEO faster and may seriously damage the engine. Regular replacement of air filters and oil filters is crucial to maintaining the engine's performance and prolonging its life.
    4. As engine technology improves, so does the quality of FSEO. Use the recommended FSEO grade from the Manufacturer to ensure optimal engine protection and peak performance.

    Repost from Mr. Gel Angeles FB Page. Fyi.

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    #6218
    Quote Originally Posted by Deestone View Post
    Advantages of Fully Synthetic Engine Oil
    (Based on the Honda Cars Pangasinan PMS Orientation by After Sales-EVP Alvin Lo):

    Fully Synthetic Engine Oil (FSEO)
    Mineral Engine Oil (MEO)

    1. FSEO is less viscous / less thicker than MEO, thus making it faster to get around the engine's components during cold cranking starts. It envelopes the pistons and cylinders faster, causing less friction and metal-to-metal rubbing.
    2. FSEO has many additives that MEO doesn't have. The different kinds of additives have varying properties like anti-boiling, anti-bubble forming, anti-lumping, metal cleaning, etc. These additives are active only for a given time (4-6 months); so prolonged engine oil use will deteriorate the additive properties. This is the reason behind the change oil recommendation after six months, or 10T kilometers (whichever comes first).
    3. Dirty air that enters the engine from dirty clogged air filters will pollute the FSEO / MEO faster and may seriously damage the engine. Regular replacement of air filters and oil filters is crucial to maintaining the engine's performance and prolonging its life.
    4. As engine technology improves, so does the quality of FSEO. Use the recommended FSEO grade from the Manufacturer to ensure optimal engine protection and peak performance.

    Repost from Mr. Gel Angeles FB Page. Fyi.

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    first time seeing additives active for only 4-6 months

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    #6219
    Quote Originally Posted by StockEngine View Post
    first time seeing additives active for only 4-6 months
    LOL eh businessman siguro yan si Alvin Lo, hindi tribologist

    Deestone pls don't repost such nonsense. sa FB repost ng repost mga tao w/o verifying. tapos naka free FB pa so they can't google

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    #6220
    Sorry about that for spreading wrong info it was not my intention. He is the founder of honda club and had much respect for his post regarding oil pms.

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Mineral , semi synthetic or fully synthetic?