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Old 01-11-2007, 07:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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for almost 18 years we use CALTEX DELO 500 (now DELO GOLD) in all of our vehicles..ive also tried it on my carry..and the results are good..yeah!..really good.. hehe..
i have good idle..easier to start..and much lesser engine noise..

how about you guys?..
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FUCHS TITAN . . . 3 Liters is enough for my baby.
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What do you prepare for you baby? mineral base or synthetic?
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mobil 1 with supersyn anti wear technology
fully synthetic motor oil
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Mine is Redline 15W-40,previously i used mobil delvac mx-15w-40. Try nyo ang hanep.
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Ive used Total, Shell, Petron, Castrol - mineral oil, no synthetics
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been using petron extra for a year now. i noticed my temp go down even on prolonged drives. i used to use caltex and shell but didn't get the same reduction in engine temp.
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Hello guys!
Wanted to start a new thread but recalled that there was one already made.
We all discussed about the "brand" we use, but does anyone know the grade
or oil specs we should consider in buying our engine oil?

I was only informed by fellow zuki drivers to use 20W-50 & to buy this brand.
But I found out in this thread that some are using 15W-40. My minivan model
is 1991 as per info from the seatbelt. Some of our Carrys are 1993 to 1999
model. I read from a brochure about engine oils that the older the cars are,
the higher the numbers (viscosity index) should be. Our climate is also one
factor for choosing oil, but I don't have the exact specs of oil to be used
in our Carrys/ Everys.

One question: On my previous three change oils, I used 20W-50. I will use
15W-40 on my next change oil, will it affect my engine performance badly?
Will it leak? (since the oil is thinner) Will my fuel efficiency increase? (due to
lesser friction/viscousity).

Before I was using Fuchs Titan 20W-50 but now I shifted to a cheaper
Helix Super (Shell) 20W-50. My fuel efficiency decreased from 14km/L to
only 11km/L. Of course some factors like proper tune up, spark plugs, fuel
filter / air filter change, extra wts on trunks are all being taken cared of.
But the change in consumption is big enough for me not to recognize.

Appreciate if you can share your views on this topic.

Thanks in advance.
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before my suki mini van runs 16km/1ltr highway now am using 5w 50 fullysyn mobil oil and additional gas treatment for the gas tank now it runs 19km/1ltr highway.
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