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What oils still have a lot of ZDDP?

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Old 07-21-2012, 08:26 PM Junkie Mod is offline  
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What oils still have a lot of ZDDP?

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My old email was deactivated and I forgot my password.

Unless they specifically advertise for it, they all have pretty similar amounts. Heavy Duty diesel has more, but not by alot.

edit: Supposedly break-in oil has alot, IDK we don't make any.

edit: #2 is this for your bike?
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nah, for friends with flat tappet engines. my dad's BMW (bike), 914, VW, etc. In general air cooled flat tappet engines.
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Yeah but you would have to figure out what turbine oils to use, or if one would work. Turbine oil is more of a really good quality hydraulic fluid than a engine oil in properties and how its made.
There isnt really much to go on as far as plug in replacement numbers.

I'm sure a fairly light motor oil (10?) would be enough, depending on the electric pump. I'm sure the aero motive industry can provide data on turbine oils .
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So a guy complained that our oil killed his new crate 454 after 2000 miles.
Turns out he used SA rated 20w50 in a drag car. SA oil has 0 zinc or any other additives and it cooked his cam.

Pro tip, SA oil is for cars made before 1932ish and is only good for shit like lawnmowers. If it trashes your new motor, you will NOT get it paid for.
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So a guy complained that our oil killed his new crate 454 after 2000 miles.
Turns out he used SA rated 20w50 in a drag car. SA oil has 0 zinc or any other additives and it cooked his cam.

Pro tip, SA oil is for cars made before 1932ish and is only good for shit like lawnmowers. If it trashes your new motor, you will NOT get it paid for.

Speaking of. Has your company had to pay out to anyone due to your lubricants?
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Speaking of. Has your company had to pay out to anyone due to your lubricants?

Not in 5 years that my boss has been there. If we legitly scew up we would tho.
Usually complaints are from dumbshits like above who totaly ignore recommended application.
The rest are usually Nissan Murano's with dead transmissions. They crap themselves alot, and every time they send us a sample and ask "are you sure this is made to spec" and of course we test it and it is.
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What do you think of Motul?

Or ENEOS

Both supposed to be good although not really any cheaper than M1. One of the guys I know swears by both.
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I use Motul in my bike, because I got a bunch of it cheap

supposedly the KTM 690s require a special 10W60 oil only made by Motorex with a specific additive package due to funny bearings or something
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What do you think of Motul?

Or ENEOS

Both supposed to be good although not really any cheaper than M1. One of the guys I know swears by both.

IDK much about them
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I use Motul in my bike, because I got a bunch of it cheap

supposedly the KTM 690s require a special 10W60 oil only made by Motorex with a specific additive package due to funny bearings or something

It has some wierd KTM spec. Otherwise it has the normal JASO and API specs for motorcycle oil.
I actually only make two cycle oils, one speced for harleys and a 10w40 4-t spec.

BTW how much is that motul a case?
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I got it dirt cheap. Motul 3000 20W50 for about $8/gallon, Motul 5100 15W50 for about $16/gallon. Retail is a LOT higher: $8/qt or $30/gal for 3000, $11/qt $36/gal for 5100.
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I forget their number nomenclature but the good stuff is about what Junnkie said

How did you get the wholesale price?
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