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karipapas:
betul ke fully synthetic ni tk sesuai ngan enjin motor?
aku ada dgr nnt gear ngan clutch leh slip...

pastu gred yg sama... sama tk utk motor ngan kereta? atau packaging jee lain?
cam mobil super synth gold tu aku tgk ada 1 liter ngan 4 liter...

camne ngan penggunaan X1R? ada sesapa penah try tk?

karipapas:
dl kriss aku pakai minyak itam keta... Motul... abis satu botol 4 liter... motor tu dari baru beli smpai abis 4 liter...

sekali tu aku jln jauh pi PD... masa benti rehat... enjin hidup... aku tgk kt cermin mnyk itam tu... dia mcm cair giler... berbuih-buih laktu...cam air menggelegak
minyak itam kalau berbuih nih tk elok sbnrnya...

adakah ini disebabkan minyak tu sesuai utk kereta sahaja? sbb kriss pakai simbah kan? keta ada pam dia sendiri utk lube part2 dlm enjin...

kipas:
mmg betol...kalo bebuih ni mmg tak elok...

kipas:
utk pengetahuan motoris...

   
The Best Possible                 SAE 0W-60 (Very Expensive)

The Best Available                SAE 5W-50 (Possible only with Fully Synthetic Motor Oil)

    2nd Best                        SAE 5W-40      for Colder Climates (Synthetic or Blend)

                                                SAE 10W-50 for Warmer Climates (Synthetic or Blend)

          3rd Best                        SAE 5W-30 for Colder Climates

                                                SAE 10W-40 for Normal Climates

                                                SAE 20W-50 for Hot Climates**

Average                                  SAE 10W-30

                                                SAE 15W-40     for Heavy Duty Diesel Applications

Acceptable                             SAE 30        for Normal Climates, but not in Winter

                                                SAE 40        for Warmer Climates, but not in Winter

                                                SAE 50        for Hot Climates, but not in Winter

                                                SAE 5W-20 for sub-zero temperatures, Winter use only**

Legend: ** = unless use is prohibited by the engine manufacturer

Historical Facts

1877

C. Friedler and J.M. Crafts synthesize the first "synthetic" hydrocarbons.

1913

Friedrich Bergius in Germany develops Hydrogenation process for production of synthetic oil from coal dust

1921

Standard Oil in USA produces one barrel of synthetic oil from one ton of shale rock

1921

Friedrich Bergius in Germany develops commercial process for hydrogenation of coal to synthetic oil

1925

In Germany Franz Fisher and Hans Tropsch develop Synthetic Oil industrial production process

1926

I.G. Farben acquired the patent rights to the Bergius hydrogenation process for production of synthetic oil from coal

1927

I.G. Farben's Leuna works start synthetic oil production

1929

Standard Oil of Indiana makes the first attempt at commercial development of synthetic hydrocarbons

Many gallons of synthetic oil were made by polymerization of different olefins.

1930-34

Union Carbide and Carbon Corp develop and investigate the applications of water soluble Polyalkylene Glycol (PAG)

1931

Nobel Prize for Chemistry:
Friedrich Bergius & Carl Bosch

Invention and development of chemical high pressure methods (used for synthetic oil production)

1932

I.G. Farben investment into synthetic fuels production from coal

1936

Adolf Hitler in Germany starts Major synthetic fuels and oil program

1937

First Polyalphaolefins were synthesized

1939

Fischer-Tropsh process that used carbon monoxide and hydrogen to make synthetic oils and fuels was commercialized in Germany

1942-45

PAG synthetic oils used in fleets and commercial vehicles

1944-1954

10% of German supply of lubricating oil is "synthetic", made by using three different processes

1944

US Army aircraft operating in Alaska and Canada use PAG engine oils

1944-45

The idea of using colloidal solids in synthetic fluids for lubrication of the first jet engines is tested and researched in Germany

1946

National Carbide Company, Inc. markets the "First" commercial PAG engine oils

Prestone Motor Oil

1946

New York Power & Light Corp uses PAG engine oils in variety of their commercial vehicles.

1942-1955

Diester oils are used in turbine engines because Petroleum oil simply was inadequate to meet the demands of these engines.

1962

Texaco produces Synthetic Aircraft Turbine Oil

1962-66

U.S. Army experiences significant problems in operating vehicles and equipment in Alaska with
MIL-L-10295 Lubricating Oil.

1965

Mobil introduces fully synthetic grease

1966

First Syn! Synthetic Super Lubricants produced in Canada

1966

Motul introduces first semi-synthetic motor oil in France

1968

U.S. Army develops MIL-L-46167 specification, which can be satisfied only with PAO synthetic oil

1969

SynLube Company is formed in Vancouver, B.C. Canada ? it?s specialty the first "syn-sol".

1970?s

Arab Oil embargo prompts interest in "synthetic" oils

1971

Motul in France introduces first all-synthetic oil in Europe

1972

AMSOIL is formed and markets re-labeled MIL specification oils to motoring public through multi-level "pyramid" type organization.

1974

Mobil test markets Mobil 1 synthetic SAE 5W-20 "synthesized engine lubricant"

1976

Mobil 1 goes national in USA and changes the product description to "synthetic" motor oil

1980

Mobil introduces second generation synthetic motor oil Mobil 1 available as SAE 5W-30 and 15W-50

1982

SynLube in Canada produces first SAE 5W-50 all synthetic non-petroleum motor oil

1984

Agip in Italy introduces synthetic motor oil SAE 10W-50

1985

U.S. Army uses the MIL-L-46167 lubes in other than arctic conditions.

1986

Mobil only in Europe introduces Rally Formula Mobil 1 synthetic motor oil SAE 5W-50

1990

Quaker State introduces line of Synquest synthetic lubricants: grease NLGI No.2 GC-LB, motor oil SAE 5W-50 and gear oil SAE 75W-90

1990

SynLube opens sales office in Las Vegas, Nevada USA

1990

Chevron introduces synthetic motor oil

SAE 5W-30 and 5W-50

1992

Mobil introduces Advanced Formula Mobil 1 motor oil SAE 5W-30, 10W-30 and 15W-50

1992

Formulation of first SAE 0W-60 motor oil in Germany

1992

Valvoline introduces synthetic motor oil

SAE 5W-30, 10W-30 and 20W-50

1992

CASTROL introduces Syntec SAE 5W-50 motor oil based on PAO

1993

Texaco introduces Havoline Synthetic motor oil SAE 5W-40

1993

Pennzoil introduces Performax synthetic motor oil SAE 5W-50

1993

Sunoco introduces DynaTech synthetic engine oils SAE 20W-50 and 5W-40

1993

Sta-Lube launches marketing of synthetic gear oils and synthetic industrial grease

1994

Pep Boys starts selling synthetic motor oil under their own brand name

SAE 5W-30, 10W-30 and 20W-50

1994

Petrolon introduces synthetic motor oil under Slick 50 brand name

1994

Synthoil starts marketing of SAE 10W-30 synthetic motor oil

1992

CASTROL reformulates Syntec motor oils with API Group III (petroleum) base stock from Shell

1996

SynLube introduces SynLube? Lube-4-Life ?
"The FIRST oil you do NOT change" !

1999

Mobil introduces Mobil 1 "Tri-synthetic" version of their motor oil

1999

NAD rules that hydroisomerized base oils (Group III) can be classified as "synthetic oils"

1999

Exxon and Mobil merges to ExxonMobil.

2000

Mobil 1 introduces Synthetic-Blend motor oil

2002

Mobil 1 introduces Synthetic motor oil with SuperSyn.

2003

Mobil 1 introduces SAE 0W-30 RACING Synthetic motor oil.

2003

SynLube introduces SAE 0W-40 PZEV
SynLube? Lube-4-Life ? motor oil, specially formulated for low emission engines that are designed to use SAE 0W-20 or SAE 5W-20 motor oils. This new formulation is suitable for 15 year or 150,000 mile service without oil changes.

2005

Mobil 1 introduces Synthetic motor oil with 15,000 mile advertised service life.

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You are not allowed to view links. Register or Logindl kriss aku pakai minyak itam keta... Motul... abis satu botol 4 liter... motor tu dari baru beli smpai abis 4 liter...

sekali tu aku jln jauh pi PD... masa benti rehat... enjin hidup... aku tgk kt cermin mnyk itam tu... dia mcm cair giler... berbuih-buih laktu...cam air menggelegak
minyak itam kalau berbuih nih tk elok sbnrnya...

adakah ini disebabkan minyak tu sesuai utk kereta sahaja? sbb kriss pakai simbah kan? keta ada pam dia sendiri utk lube part2 dlm enjin...


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kalu kiter tengok secara fizikal minyak itam adalah same fungsi,tetapi ianya khusus bagi satu kegunaan..maksudnye kalu motor gunelah minyak itam yang dibuat untuk motor.bukan ape kalu kite nilaikan semula enjin motor dengan enjin kereta banyak beza,enjin kereta menggunakan minyak itam sebagai pelincir silinder sahaja,minyak gearbox pulak menggunakan minyak yang berlainan dan clucth adalah kering..
minyak itam untuk kegunaan motor pulak memenuhi setiap ruang enjin termasuk silinder,gearbox dan clucth (bagi enjin berkuasa rendah)bermakna minyak motor dicipta memerlukan kajian yang lebih mendalam untuk menghasilkan molekul supaya menampung tahap kepanasan,tekanan dan pengaliran yang baik..kalu salah tolong betulkan..

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