Harga & Range km untuk minyak full sintetik

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Ade tak sesape yg pernah pakai minyak hitam Full Synthetic utk kete tak.
Nak tau..
-Harga ngan
-Range kilometer skali tukar.
Nak wat kire2 skit. kalo berbaloi ble tukar full sintetik. :)

Kadang2 kalau kite kire betul2 berbaloi gak gune sintetik sebab walau harge double, range km die pon double + xtra protection. Boleh la enjin tahan lame skit. Tapi tengok jugak jenis die.

So sape2 yang pernah pakai tu share2 la ea'...
 
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myk sentitik leh samapai 10 ribu km meter...tp keta local..bolehker oil filter sampai 10k..setahu aku 5ribu km jer...
 

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pada aku bior la selalu tuka minyak hitam, henjen pun bersih, aku biasa pakai semi synthetic.7k tukar.
 

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pada aku bior la selalu tuka minyak hitam, henjen pun bersih, aku biasa pakai semi synthetic.7k tukar. harga dlm RM68
 

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kalu guna oli filter ori, ada yg blh sampai 10,000km (ikut jenis2 keta la - tgk manual book)

aku ada guna Fully-syn, brand Hyrax oil ... rm90 je.
 

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fully sintetik ni keta baru ok la pakai. keta2 lama sket buh jer semi sintetik. pakai 7k km pastu tukar. aku lepas keta dah berumur lebih 5 thn baru nak pakai semi. skang pakai fully castrol edge rm155 sebotol.
 

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Rumusan skit

pada aku bior la selalu tuka minyak hitam, henjen pun bersih, aku biasa pakai semi synthetic.7k tukar. harga dlm RM68
(7k = rm68) Ape brand tu?

kalu guna oli filter ori, ada yg blh sampai 10,000km (ikut jenis2 keta la - tgk manual book)

aku ada guna Fully-syn, brand Hyrax oil ... rm90 je.
(Hyrax FS = rm90) minyak ni 10km ea'?

fully sintetik ni keta baru ok la pakai. keta2 lama sket buh jer semi sintetik. pakai 7k km pastu tukar. aku lepas keta dah berumur lebih 5 thn baru nak pakai semi. skang pakai fully castrol edge rm155 sebotol.
(Castrol Edge FS = rm155) berape km ye minyak nih?

kalau pasal minyak tipis ke tebal, atau sintetik ke tak aku ambik info kat sini skit. http://minyakenjin.blogspot.com/ ade la skit info...
pasal oil filter rasenye 15km pon ade, cume mahal la. make sure kene tanye mekanik oil filter tu ble tak sampai 10km. sebab dalam tu macam penapis kertas. kalo die kembang sgt dan hancur habis semua karbon masuk balik dalam enjin.:)
 

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err..errkk..
hak belen-belen tu kita gi buboh
minyak sintetik ni kat motor kapcai leh tak bos?
 

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err..errkk..
hak belen-belen tu kita gi buboh
minyak sintetik ni kat motor kapcai leh tak bos?
kete aku pakai jtx1000 4 liter kat kenari. so ade lebih 1 liter lebih camtu aku masuk ex5. rasenye boleh je kot, rase lebih baik dari minyak yang aku pakai sebelom ni macam penzoil, shell tu semue. cume diorang tak jamin sebab kalo rosak diorang taknak bertanggungjawab. agaknye la kot. huhu

try bace kat sini..
Can I use car engine oil in my motorbike then?

No you can't. Or at least I wouldn't recommend it....
The real answer to this question lies in the type of motorbike you own. If you own a bike with a wet clutch (ie. where the clutch sits partially submerged in the sump oil) and you dump car oil into it, all sorts of nasty things happen. Oils formulated for car engines have friction modifiers in them. When the engine oil gets into the clutch, the friction modifiers get to work and you'll end up with a clutch that won't bite. In addition, the chemical makeup of some car oils has been known to soften the clutch material on motorbikes to the point where the entire clutch pack fails. Bike oils generally don't have friction modifiers, so they don't have this problem. If you're not sure, check for a JASO MA spec on the bottle. If you see that on the label, then it means the oil has been tested and confirmed to work with a wet clutch. Mobil have cautionary information on exactly this subject on their Motorcycle Oils FAQ page.

The other side of this coin is if you have a dry clutch bike, like some BMWs. In this case, the clutch is configured similar to a car in that it's never in contact with the engine oil, and if that's the case, then regular car engine oil might provide all the protection and lubrication you need for your bike. The issue then becomes a question of the exact formulation of the oil. The additive packages for car engine oil are typically balanced differently than those for motorbikes with fuel economy and emission system protection being the higher priorities. Your typical passenger car doesn't rev to 12,000 rpm either so stuffing normal car engine oil in a motorbike engine that can run to double or even triple the rpm of a car engine could cause all sorts of problems.

The debate about whether any of this is true is burning in many forums across the internet. One site in particular casts some doubt on the issue, claiming the only difference between car and bike oil is the price. I don't subscribe to that theory but in order for you to make your own decision, here's a link: Testing motorcycle oil.

Sulfated ash

There's a second good reason you shouldn't use car oil in your motorbike - sulfated ash. It's common in many American & Canadian modern oils; without burnt oil discoloring it, it normally has a light-gray to pale-tan colouration which may become visible if you shear a bit of the debris. When coloured by oil, it looks like the dreaded sludge. Unfortunately, the API SH-SL ratings are not strict enough on sulfated ash content. It's an issue that's fairly well known in some motorcycling circles, and the Japanese motorcycle industry recognized the issue very early on, creating a new oil specification specific to their needs (one, that among other things, caps the sulfated ash content very low): JASO-MA, recently revised further into to JASO-MA1 & JASO-MA2. For motorcyclists, the sulfated ash content poses a secondary issue: it means higher quantities of sulfuric acid if water gets introduced into the oil (such as from condensation within the galley spaces); since most motorcycle engines share the oil with both the engine and the transmission, the sulfuric acid is particularly problematic as the metals used in the transmission selector forks are made of cheaper steels that don't stand up to the acid nearly as well as most engine components.
..http://www.carbibles.com/
 
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