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AMSOIL adds a 10W-30 to the OE diesel family

New AMSOIL OE 10W-30 Synthetic Diesel Oil (OEC) provides outstanding fuel
economy benefits for applications requiring an SAE 30 or 10W-30 diesel oil. Like
OE 15W-40 Synthetic Diesel Oil, it offers high-quality protection and performance
for original equipment manufacturer (OEM )-recommended drain intervals at an
initial price comparable with other standard-drain synthetic diesel oils.

 

OE 10W-30 Synthetic Diesel Oil is API CJ-4 licensed and suitable for modern and older, on- and off-road diesel applications. It is an excellent entry level product for customers who want to move up to synthetic quality, but won’t pay a significantly higher price than they would for a conventional oil or aren’t initially interested in extending their drain intervals. Meets Emissions System Requirements AMSOIL OE 10W-30 Synthetic Diesel Oil is a low-sulfated-ash formulation that meets emissions system requirements and protects under the most severe conditions found in diesel engines. It is compatible with all exhaust treatment devices, including diesel particulate filters (DPF). Extreme-Temperature Performance OE 10W-30 Synthetic Diesel Oil is formulated to deliver improved heat and oxidation resistance compared to conventional petroleum oil. It provides clean engine operation and helps maintain power and fuel efficiency for superior engine performance. OE Diesel Oil also flows dependably in cold temperatures for easier startup and improved engine protection. Resists Oil Consumption and Emissions Due to its low rate of volatility, AMSOIL OE 10W-30 Synthetic Diesel Oil is able to reduce oil consumption and emissions. It maintains its excellent film strength even during high-temperature operating conditions to ensure dependable protection, performance and fuel efficiency. Controls Soot-Thickening and Wear AMSOIL OE 10W-30 Synthetic Diesel Oil is formulated with premium synthetic base stocks and robust detergent/ dispersant additives that keep soot particles from agglomerating and forming larger wear-causing particles. Its synthetic formulation delivers optimal protection, maintaining performance by
staying in its viscosity grade. APPLICATIONS AMSOIL OE 10W-30 Synthetic Diesel Oil is recommended for diesel engines and, where appropriate, gasoline engines requiring any of the following image
specifications: • API licensed CJ-4/SN
• ACEA E9 • Cummins CES 20081
• MB 228.31 • CAT ECF-3, ECF-2,
ECF-1-a • Mack EO-O • Volvo VDS-4,
VDS-3 • MAN 3575 • Renault RLD-3
• MTU Type 2.1
AMSOIL adds a 10W-30
to the OE diesel family
New AMSOIL OE 10W-30 Synthetic Diesel Oil (OEC) provides outstanding fuel
economy benefits for applications requiring an SAE 30 or 10W-30 diesel oil. Like
OE 15W-40 Synthetic Diesel Oil, it offers high-quality protection and performance
for original equipment manufacturer (OEM )-recommended drain intervals at an
initial price comparable with other standard-drain synthetic diesel oils.
OE 10W-

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AMSOIL Super Chevy Best of the Best: Tri-Five

AMSOIL Super Chevy Best of the Best: Tri-Five

August 21, 2012

In our new blog mini-series we’ll be covering each of the five categories in the AMSOIL Super Chevy Best of the Best program: Nova, Full-Size, Tri-Five, Chevelle and Camaro. These models have sustained a following of enthusiasts over the years, despite most no longer being in production. Next up in the series is the Tri-Five group, named for the glory years Chevy enjoyed with the production of their 1955-1957 models.

Of all the models Chevy produced in the fifties, the big change came in 1955 with the reinvention of Chevy that included the introduction of the small-block Chevy V8. While the Bel-Air is the most popular classic of the Tri-Five group, other models include the Nomad, Townsman, Two-Ten Delrays, Beauvilles, and One-Fifty Handymans. Each came in a variety of options from hardtops to convertibles, to sedans and wagons. In those days, buyers were given the freedom of purchasing a stripped down car and ordering everything from the engine size to the color and accessory options. These options included air conditioning, padded dash, tinted glass and even power windows and seats. The 1957 Bel-Air still holds a place in the minds of many as the iconic American car, known for being a solid, good looking automobile.

In the era of the fifties you could drive off the lot with a brand new Tri-Five Chevy for under $3,000.00. Today, they are worth upwards of $20,000 depending upon their condition. Even those in need of extensive work are fetching thousands, indeed more than their very first asking price. Enthusiasts spare no time or expense in restoring these classics, resulting in one of the largest collector car followings of its kind.

AMSOIL has had the pleasure of witnessing some of the best Tri-Five models turn out for Super Chevy shows and crowning them Best of the Best. Stay tuned for the next installment of the AMSOIL Super Chevy Best of the Best blog series as we take another walk down memory lane to discover what makes these classic Chevys so great.

Photos courtesy of Super Chevy Magazine.

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AMSOIL Adds a 10W-30 to the OE Diesel Family

AMSOIL Adds a 10W-30 to the OE Diesel Family

New AMSOIL OE 10W-30 Synthetic Diesel Oil (OEC) provides outstanding fuel economy benefits for applications requiring an SAE 30 or 10W-30 diesel oil. Like OE 15W-40 Synthetic Diesel Oil, it offers high-quality protection and performance for original equipment manufacturer (OEM)-recommended drain intervals at an initial price comparable with other standard-drain synthetic diesel oils.

OE 10W-30 Synthetic Diesel Oil is API CJ-4 licensed and suitable for modern and older, on- and off-road diesel applications. It is an excellent entry-level product for customers who want to move up to synthetic quality, but won’t pay a significantly higher price than they would for a conventional oil or aren’t initially interested in extending their drain intervals.

See the September AMSOIL Magazine for more information.

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AMSOIL Motorcycle Octane Boost (MOB)

AMSOIL Motorcycle Octane Boost

AMSOIL Motorcycle Octane Boost

 

AMSOIL Motorcycle Octane Boost

Maximizes Power and Efficiency

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AMSOIL Motorcycle Octane Boost (MOB) increases octane for power and efficiency. It is designed to improve startup performance and eliminate engine ping and knock for increased power at low-rpm operation. Motorcycle Octane Boost contains detergents that help combustion chambers and fuel delivery systems maintain cleanliness for optimum performance. At the recommended treat rate, it does not harm catalytic converters or oxygen sensors and is compatible with all other AMSOIL fuel additives.

Maximizes Power & Performance
When treated at 1.3 oz. per gallon of fuel, MOB increases the octane of gasoline up to three numbers. Increased octane improves power and can eliminate performance-robbing and potentially damaging engine knock or ping (see below).

Motorcycle Octane Boost

Improves Low-rpm Performance
Engine knock is especially noticeable in some motorcycles during idle or low-rpm operation and high-temperature driving. Most modern bikes are equipped with sophisticated knock-detection systems that can alter spark timing and the air-to-fuel mixture until knock ceases. Although these systems protect the engine from damage, they can also cause reduced horsepower and poor low-rpm operability. AMSOIL MOB helps reduce the need for knock-detection systems to compensate, ensuring maximum low-rpm power and performance in modern bikes.

Cleans Harmful Deposits
Because Motorcycle Octane Boost contains active detergents, it can help maintain efficiency. For clean up, however, AMSOIL recommends treating gasoline with AMSOIL Quickshot®, which contains a greater concentration of cleaning agents.

What is engine knock and why does it matter?
The tendency of a hydrocarbon fuel, such as gasoline, to knock is measured by its octane number. Lower numbers denote a greater knock tendency; higher numbers denote greater knock control. “Engine knock” is a reference to the sound made from an uncontrolled and early ignition of fuel in the combustion chamber. It causes a knocking or pinging sound, robs the engine of power and can cause catastrophic engine damage. Knock may be eliminated by increasing the fuel’s octane.

What is Research Octane Number?
Research Octane Number (RON), Motor Octane Number (MON) and Anti-Knock Index (AKI) are the three most common octane ratings. AKI, the rating with which most North American motorists are familiar, is typically displayed on gas pumps as the average of the fuel’s RON and MON [(R+M)/2]. RON, however, is the most common industry rating. Therefore, AMSOIL uses the RON rating when conducting performance tests and product validation. Gasoline’s RON generally is a few numbers higher than the AKI posted on the gas pump (e.g. 87 octane fuel, or regular pump gas, has a RON of about 91-92).

 Motorcycle Octane Boost

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When marketing their products, some additive manufacturers have adopted a points system where 10 points equals one octane number. A claim that an additive increases octane 30 points translates into an increase of three octane numbers. This approach is often used only to artificially strengthen marketing claims and is not endorsed by AMSOIL.

Treat Rate
One 4-oz. bottle of AMSOIL Motorcycle Octane Boost treats four to six gallons of gasoline. Slight overtreatment causes no issues,

APPLICATIONS
Motorcycle Octane Boost is primarily recommended for use in four-stroke air- or liquid-cooled motorcycles manufactured by Harley-Davidson®, Yamaha®, Honda®, Ducati®, BMW®, Triumph® and all other four-stroke motorcycles. It may be used in off-road applications, including ATVs, UTVs and snowmobiles, as an alternative to AMSOIL DOMINATOR® Octane Boost. Note: Clean spills immediately using a clean towel. If left standing, Motorcycle Octane Boost can stain painted or metal surfaces. If cleaned immediately, there is no need for concern.

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Ford Edge Cooling Fan Replacement–Part 2

Ford Edge cooling fan

Part 1 is here http://www.syntheticoilhq.com/blog/ford-edge-cooling-fan-replacementpart-1video/

This is the project to replace the cooling fan on our 2007 Ford Edge myself, to save part of the $900.00 that Ford wanted. It’s pretty labor intensive, but nothing really unusual.

Ford Edge cooling fan

I think there will be 4 parts to this series, still putting the video together. In part two, we demonstrate the following steps;

  1. Start removing wiring harness from the top of the radiator.
  2. Removing the panel across the top of the radiator.
  3. Moving the hood prop rod.
  4. Removing fender well/ wheel well screws.
  5. Removing splash panel from the bottom of front bumper.

 

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What Is Lubrication?

What Is Lubrication?

Read the whole story on Machinery Lubrication here.

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Wes Cash, Noria Corporation
Tags: industrial lubricants, synthetic lubricants, greases

What Is Lubrication

Lubrication is a word that’s often used in regards to machinery reliability and maintenance, but what is lubrication? The dictionary defines lubrication as the application of some oily or greasy substance in order to diminish friction. Although this is a valid definition, it fails to realize all that lubrication actually achieves.

Many different substances can be used to lubricate a surface. Oil and grease are the most common. Grease is composed of oil and a thickening agent to obtain its consistency, while the oil is what actually lubricates. Oils can be synthetic, vegetable or mineral-based as well as a combination of these. The application determines which oil, commonly referred to as the base oil, should be used. In extreme conditions, synthetic oils can be beneficial. Where the environment is of concern, vegetable base oils may be utilized.

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Lubricants containing oil have additives that enhance, add or suppress properties within the base oil. The amount of additives depends on the type of oil and the application for which it will be used. For instance, engine oil might have a dispersant added. A dispersant keeps insoluble matter conglomerated together to be removed by the filter upon circulation. In environments that undergo extremes in temperature, from cold to hot, a viscosity index (VI) improver may be added. These additives are long organic molecules that stay bunched together in cold conditions and unravel in hotter environments. This process changes the oil’s viscosity and allows it to flow better in cold conditions while still maintaining its high-temperature properties. The only problem with additives is that they can be depleted, and in order to restore them back to sufficient levels, generally the oil volume must be replaced.

Types of OilReducing friction is a key objective of lubrication, but there are many other benefits of this process. Lubricating films can help prevent corrosion by protecting the surface from water and other corrosive substances. In addition, they play an important role in controlling contamination within systems. The lubricant works as a conduit in which it transports contaminants to filters to be removed. These fluids also aid in temperature control by absorbing heat from surfaces and transferring it to a point of lower temperature where it can be dissipated.

There are three different types of lubrication: boundary, mixed and full film. Each type is different, but they all rely on a lubricant and the additives within the oils to protect against wear.

Full-film lubrication can be broken down into two forms: hydrodynamic and elastohydrodynamic. Hydrodynamic lubrication occurs when two surfaces in sliding motion (relative to each other) are fully separated by a film of fluid. Elastohydrodynamic lubrication is similar but occurs when the surfaces are in a rolling motion (relative to each other). The film layer in elastohydrodynamic conditions is much thinner than that of hydrodynamic lubrication, and the pressure on the film is greater. It is called elastohydrodynamic because the film elastically deforms the rolling surface to lubricate it.

Wes Cash, Noria Corporation
Tags: industrial lubricants, synthetic lubricants, greases

What Is LubricationLubrication is a word that’s often used in regards to machinery reliability and maintenance, but what is lubrication? The dictionary defines lubrication as the application of some oily or greasy substance in order to diminish friction. Although this is a valid definition, it fails to realize all that lubrication actually achieves.

Many different substances can be used to lubricate a surface. Oil and grease are the most common. Grease is composed of oil and a thickening agent to obtain its consistency, while the oil is what actually lubricates. Oils can be synthetic, vegetable or mineral-based as well as a combination of these. The application determines which oil, commonly referred to as the base oil, should be used. In extreme conditions, synthetic oils can be beneficial. Where the environment is of concern, vegetable base oils may be utilized.

Lubricants containing oil have additives that enhance, add or suppress properties within the base oil. The amount of additives depends on the type of oil and the application for which it will be used. For instance, engine oil might have a dispersant added. A dispersant keeps insoluble matter conglomerated together to be removed by the filter upon circulation. In environments that undergo extremes in temperature, from cold to hot, a viscosity index (VI) improver may be added. These additives are long organic molecules that stay bunched together in cold conditions and unravel in hotter environments. This process changes the oil’s viscosity and allows it to flow better in cold conditions while still maintaining its high-temperature properties. The only problem with additives is that they can be depleted, and in order to restore them back to sufficient levels, generally the oil volume must be replaced.

Types of OilReducing friction is a key objective of lubrication, but there are many other benefits of this process. Lubricating films can help prevent corrosion by protecting the surface from water and other corrosive substances. In addition, they play an important role in controlling contamination within systems. The lubricant works as a conduit in which it transports contaminants to filters to be removed. These fluids also aid in temperature control by absorbing heat from surfaces and transferring it to a point of lower temperature where it can be dissipated.

There are three different types of lubrication: boundary, mixed and full film. Each type is different, but they all rely on a lubricant and the additives within the oils to protect against wear.

Full-film lubrication can be broken down into two forms: hydrodynamic and elastohydrodynamic. Hydrodynamic lubrication occurs when two surfaces in sliding motion (relative to each other) are fully separated by a film of fluid. Elastohydrodynamic lubrication is similar but occurs when the surfaces are in a rolling motion (relative to each other). The film layer in elastohydrodynamic conditions is much thinner than that of hydrodynamic lubrication, and the pressure on the film is greater. It is called elastohydrodynamic because the film elastically deforms the rolling surface to lubricate it.

 

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Two Strokes vs Four Strokes

Here is one of the best graphical comparisons of 2 stroke vs 4 stroke engines I’ve seen. Keep in mind, Amsoil offers products for both types of engines. Here’s more information on Amsoil 2 stroke products, and here is information on Amsoil 4 stroke products.

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Amsoil advantages for 2 strokes;

  • Helps prevents hard carbon deposits that cause exhaust power valve sticking and ring sticking.
  • Superior lubricity controls cylinder, piston and bearing wear.
  • Reduces smoke and odor associated with two-cycle engines.
  • Helps prevent plug fouling.
  • Provides exceptional SAE #4 cold temperature fluidity (-58°F pour point).
  • Versatile and excellent for all types of recreational equipment.
  • Protects against rust.
  • Helps prevent pre-detonation from combustion chamber “hot spots.”

 

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Rogue Chopper Scavenger Oil Change Kit–Test With Video

We bought a Scavenger oil change kit from Rogue Chopper. Here is our test, with video.

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I bought this kit last fall. I put it on with standard hand tools. Later, I bought the crimping tool so I could do installs on other bikes. If you are in the KC area, and want to install one of these, let me know and I’ll help out.

We thought this was a very high quality, well designed kit. The customer service was great. I would give this 5 stars out of 5.

Here is an explanation from the Rogue Chopper site;

“We all know changing the oil on our bikes is the most important routine maintenance we perform. So if you are going to change your oil, why not change all of it? We all change our oil by draining and refilling the oil tank and change the oil filter. But we never get the oil out of the engine. We pretend like it’s an insignificant amount or it’s not even there. Yet there is more than 24oz. left in the engine, 20% of the oiling system capacity! Upon engine start up, this old oil mixes with the fresh oil and starts the breakdown and discoloration of the fresh oil immediately.

Let’s face it – the oil filter only gets the particles out of the oil.
We must change the oil because of the chemical breakdown from high temperature and combustion gasses mixing with the oil which is what breaks down and discolors the oil. When you mix 24oz. of old oil with 96oz. of fresh oil, the breakdown of the fresh oil starts immediately. This would be like draining the oil in your car, changing the filter, and then pouring in one quart of the oil you just drained out and the new oil. Then pretend the quart of old oil you just poured in never came out and it’s insignificant.
Rogue Chopper has the fix for this problem; The Scavenger Total Oil Change System. This clever yet easy to use system effectively purges all the oil from the engine when performing an oil change. With this we get no old broken down oil mixing with new oil so our new oil stays fresh longer. It’s great if you want to switch to Synthetic oil from regular oil or the other way, but either way it’s a great product.”

 

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Ford Edge Cooling Fan Replacement–Part 1–Video

Video at the bottom.

Ford Edge Cooling Fan Replacement

I’m going to try to post video of my project to replace the cooling fan on a Ford Edge. Ford gets about $800.00 or more for this. It happens pretty regularly, just go Google it. The parts online are about $200 – $300. So, with some work, you can save a handy $500.00. However, it’s not simple, quick, or easy. Ford Edge Cooling Fan Replacement

This is part 1; it goes through the symptoms, and a quick look at the new fan. Some initial tips; the symptoms here were that the fan ran at HIGH SPEED whenever it was turned on. It never would slow down to low speed. This entire fan is controlled by the PCM (Powertrain Control Module) or “computer”. Ford Edge Cooling Fan Replacement

Fits On:
07-09 Ford Edge (W/ Towing Package)
About this Manufacturer:
One of the most trusted names in aftermarket automotive parts is TYC, a Genera brand. They make OEM-replica products to the exact same specifications as the original parts themselves. They make their parts overseas, and even though their parts are virtually identical to the OEM factory parts, you end up paying what averages out to be about a quarter of the price most times! TYC has been making OEM-grade aftermarket parts for a very long time, and is a name you can trust in the automotive industry. Ford Edge Cooling Fan Replacement
About this Product:
This is a direct replacement for the factory part. TYC makes products that are designed to be factory-grade parts. TYC parts allow you to replace factory parts on your vehicle without needing to go directly to your local dealership and paying top dollar to get them. This is a very affordable alternative to buying the factory-made part from your local dealership when it comes time to replace it.

Ford Edge Cooling Fan Replacement

 

Here are a couple of links to discussions of this problem;

http://forums.automotive.com/70/8868789/engine/engine-overheating-ford-edge/index.html

http://www.justanswer.com/ford/57t4e-ford-edge-se-replaced-entire-engine-fan-module.html

 

 

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Ford Edge Cooling Fan Replacement

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Change Air Filter on Ford Edge–Video | Change air filter Ford Edge.

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Well, I wanted to change air filter on Ford Edge, so I shot some video. Here is how to change the air filter on a Ford Edge. The video is at the bottom. Now I can run for 4  years on this filter, and the Edge will be wore out by then. It’s supposed to be cleaned once a year. Minimal maintenance.

AMSOIL Ea Air Filters represent a major breakthrough in filtration technology. The revolutionary nanofiber technology used in AMSOIL Ea Filters captures more dirt, holds more dirt and allows better air flow than conventional air filters. AMSOIL Ea Filters improve engine performance and help engines last longer.

Absolute Efficiency
AMSOIL Ea Air Filters rank among the most efficient filters available to the auto/light-truck market. Ea Air Filters’ synthetic nanofiber media removes 5 times more dust than traditional cellulose media alone and 50 times more dust than wet gauze filter media. AMSOIL Ea Air Filters have a service life of 100,000 miles or four years, whichever comes first.

Better Air Flow
AMSOIL Ea Air Filters allow more airflow than filters that use cellulose media alone. Cellulose fibers are larger than nanofibers, and have larger spaces between the fibers, causing contaminants to load in the depth of the media and plug the airflow path, which results in higher restriction and less capacity. The synthetic nanofibers in Ea Filter media have submicron diameters and small interfiber spaces, which result in more contaminants being captured on the surface of the media and lower restriction.

change air filter on Ford Edge

change air filter on Ford Edge

 

change air filter on Ford Edge

More Capacity
AMSOIL Ea Air Filters hold up to 2.5 times more contaminants than cellulose air filters. Since the nanofibers in the media are so small there are more pores per square inch, allowing for higher dirt-holding capacity and lower pressure drop when compared to cellulose filter media alone. Thinner media fibers produce more uniform pore size distribution, improving the filter’s overall quality and ability to capture and retain particles. Testing shows that Ea Air Filters hold 15 times more contaminants than a wet gauze-type filter.

Cleanable – Longer Life
When cleaned according to AMSOIL specifications and used in normal service, AMSOIL Ea Air Filters are guaranteed for 100,000 miles or four years, whichever comes first. Ea Air Filters remain effective for 25,000 miles or one year before requiring cleaning. This coincides with the AMSOIL 25,000-mile/one-year motor oil drain interval, adding even more convenience for motorists by consolidating routine maintenance. (See below for cleaning instructions.)

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Change air filter Ford Edge

AMSOIL Ea Air Filters hold 15 times more dust than a wet gauze type filter.
AMSOIL Ea Air Filter media removes 5 times more dust than traditional cellulose filters and 50 times more dust than wet gauze.

 

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Applications
AMSOIL Ea Air Filters provide superior air filtration for vehicles in the auto/light truck market.

Cleaning
Ea Air Filters should be cleaned every year or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first. Carefully remove the filter from the housing. Clean the housing with a shop towel, being careful not to knock contaminants into the air inlet. Filters can be cleaned by carefully vacuuming the filter media on the dirty side, or by holding the filter with one hand and carefully blowing the filter media at a 45-degree angle on the clean side using low-pressure shop air (15-20 lbs. psi).

Service Life
AMSOIL Ea Air Filters are guaranteed for four years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first. The guarantee applies only if the filter has been serviced according to AMSOIL recommendations. In off-road, frequently dusty or other severe-duty applications, clean and change more often as determined by operating conditions or as indicated by restriction gauge.

AMSOIL Warranty
AMSOIL warrants that its filtration products are fit for use according to AMSOIL’s recommendations and warrants its products to be free of defective materials, design and workmanship.

 

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