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  1. Join Date
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    #1
    Napansin ko lang sa isang ad ng seaoil euro 5 complaint na daw ang diesel nila, does this mean na better ang diesel ng seaoil compare sa big three especially sa mga naka common rail na mas sensitive....

    AFAIK, nasa 500 PPM pa ang sulphur ng mga big three which is really jurassic compare sa euro standards. Correct me if I'm wrong nasa 100 PPM ang euro 2 at 50 PPM and euro 4 at nasa 10 PPM naman ang euro 5. Supposedly mas mahal ang low sulphur diesel dahil sa refining process pero sa Seaoil which they claimed na euro 5 same or even lower price pa compare sa big three.

    Any inputs?

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    #2
    Quote Originally Posted by JACKSON View Post
    Napansin ko lang sa isang ad ng seaoil euro 5 complaint na daw ang diesel nila, does this mean na better ang diesel ng seaoil compare sa big three especially sa mga naka common rail na mas sensitive....

    AFAIK, nasa 500 PPM pa ang sulphur ng mga big three which is really jurassic compare sa euro standards. Correct me if I'm wrong nasa 100 PPM ang euro 2 at 50 PPM and euro 4 at nasa 10 PPM naman ang euro 5. Supposedly mas mahal ang low sulphur diesel dahil sa refining process pero sa Seaoil which they claimed na euro 5 same or even lower price pa compare sa big three.

    Any inputs?
    better for CRDi engines, I guess...

    For guys like me that drive old school, all mechanical diesels, it's better to ensure that we have calibrated injectors, good compression and clean tailpipes so that no smoke belching occurs, rather than rely on the innate cleanliness of the fuel being burned.

    Pwede pa kami magpagas ng Minola kung kelangan. Hahaha

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    #3
    sinubukan ko yan for 2 full tanks and walang difference pagdating sa performance at emission. mausok pa din yung hilander ko hehehe

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    #4
    Part talaga ng design ng Isuzu engine ang pagiging mausok. Parang identifying mark na yan eh. hehehe

    have you tried biodiesel? baka di sya umusok doon.

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    #5
    parati nga ako naglalagay ng 1 liter na biodiesel every full tank para di masyadong mabaho ang usok at mausok. effective naman.

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    #6
    ramledi, OEM ba air filter mo?

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    That's cool. Have you tried 2 liters of Biodiesel per full tank? did it improve? TIA
    Last edited by Horsepower; December 23rd, 2009 at 12:12 PM.

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    #8
    Quote Originally Posted by XTO View Post
    ramledi, OEM ba air filter mo?
    replacement lang gamit ko ngayon yung daichi na brand. halos wala naman pagkakaiba sa oem. mausok din dati nung oem gamit ko. puti naman yung usok.

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    #9
    Quote Originally Posted by Horsepower View Post
    That's cool. Have you tried 2 liters of Biodiesel per full tank? did it improve? TIA
    oo natry ko na amoy french fries ang usok hehehe

    ang full tank(35 liters) ko umaabot ng 450+kms(city). kapag may 1 liter na biodiesel umaabot ng 480+km(city)

    nga pala dati pa ako nagtataka sa fuel tank ko, 35 liter lang ang capacity. from empty yun. sa inyo 35 liter lang din ba ang full tank? 2001 hilander sl nga pala.

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    #10
    Quote Originally Posted by ramledi View Post
    oo natry ko na amoy french fries ang usok hehehe

    ang full tank(35 liters) ko umaabot ng 450+kms(city). kapag may 1 liter na biodiesel umaabot ng 480+km(city)

    nga pala dati pa ako nagtataka sa fuel tank ko, 35 liter lang ang capacity. from empty yun. sa inyo 35 liter lang din ba ang full tank? 2001 hilander sl nga pala.
    Sir, our '96 Hilander has a 40-liter tank. On the times I really dare to max out the tank before refilling, I can put in 39+ liters when I top up (meaning dangerously low on fuel na, 'running on vapor' na lang 'ika nga. hahahaha!).

    It may be the 5-liter reservoir that makes you think it is only 35 liters. Ang pagkakaalam ko po is meron pa yang 5 liters to go kapag nag constant on na yung fuel warning light sa dash.
    Last edited by lgp; December 24th, 2009 at 09:52 AM. Reason: Added some more...

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