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Ester based oil? Is it just a marketing gimmick or is it something to vouch for? To understand that, let’s look in brief what engine oils are generally made of. Any engine oils basically have two parts – Base oil & Additive package. Base oil typically forms majority (about 70% of the content) of any engine oil. The additive package improves the qualities of the base oil. Depending on the source of the base oils & their refining process, American Petroleum Institute (API) have divided the available base oils into 5 groups. Group I & II – All mineral oils...

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Lets start with obvious question, What is this WaterWetter? Is it Another Hocus Pocus product which works on magic?Simply put, WaterWetter is coolant additive that doubles the wetting ability of water! (The person who named the product might have been german-naming aficionado but its made in USA). No magic here, just pure science.  Wetting is the ability of a liquid to maintain contact with a solid surface, resulting from intermolecular interactions when the two are brought together. (Yes, Its copied straight from Wikipedia). When the waterwetter does is doubles the wetting ability of the water present in your coolant. This directly translates into better Heat Transfer between your...

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Why does LIQUI MOLY Oil costs a bomb compared to way cheaper alternatives?Liqui Moly oils are premium priced for a few good reasons. They maintain a very strict quality control by not outsourcing the refinement of oils or even the manufacturing of the packaging, They all come packed from germany from the same factory and not anywhere else in this world. Secondly, all Liqui Moly oils carry an awful lot specifications and approvals, which costs money and many cheap manufacturers skip those procedures, hoping that its useless. http://www.liquimoly.com/liquimoly/web.nsf/id/pa_eng_home.html contains all the approvals that each oils carry. Ok, I get it! But...

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