[Vwdiesel] synthetic oil
biovolks at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 30 15:35:03 EDT 2007
Do you know if all (major brands)synthetic oils will give you those results that Cennex does in a diesel?
Reason being, I'm in B.C. Canada ,and we don't always have the same brands as other countries (I don't know where you're from).
Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2007 18:06:29 EDT
From: LBaird119 at aol.com
Subject: Re: [Vwdiesel] Vwdiesel Digest, Vol 42, Issue 27 (fwd)
To: vwdiesel at vwfans.com
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In a message dated 4/27/2007 8:32:45 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
val at mongo.mongobird.com writes:
> That could be. The way I've heard it described is that the lighter
> vis keeps a more turbulent flow in the boundry between the rings
> and lands. Loren, you're suggesting that it could be a more chemical
> than physical effect. I don't know but I could be convinced either
> way. Hence the interest in peer reviewed articles.
A friend's neighbor bought a van cheap because it used a LOT
of oil, like a quart every 50 to 100 miles! He put synthetic in it.
Had to add a few quarts then it quit using. Ran it a couple
thousand, put good dino back in it, drove it a while and sold it
for a heafty profit. Stuck rings due to carbon and the synthetic
cleaned it out. Engines I've run Cennex in and torn down only
had the slightest ambering near rings and exhaust crossovers,
otherwise clean as if it'd been tanked! No brown connecting rods
and yellow pistons, just cast gray and semi shiny aluminum. :-)
I figure both tend to clean out more carbon than they contribute
while burning (low ash or with syn, doesn't burn at that temp) thus
cleaning up the mess. :-)
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