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    Question Best Engine Oil for Toyota Belta 1.0 2010 1KR-FE

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    I have recently bought Toyota Belta 1.0L. It came with original engine oil which was in reasonable state but I still changed it to ZIC A+ (as I always used ZIC A+ in my Vitz for last 4 years). Since then I am not satisfied with engine's noise and feels engine is not running so smooth....

    So I would appreciate if you guyz could suggest me some other oil ... howz the original Toyota Engine oil ? Is it better in quality than others available in market like Shell, Caltex etc ?

    And one more thing I read somewhere online that for Belta 5/20 Engine oil is used and I have read somewhere that 5W/40 is more suitable oil in pakistan conditions, so can I use 5w/40 in car which says to use 5W/20 ?

    Thanks in advance for your expert opinions

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    Quote Originally Posted by syncview View Post
    Indeed, indeed.
    i like the people who always keep their minds enough flexible to adopt and learn new things and understand them logically with practical, experimental & factual grounds. Cheers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodMan7 View Post
    i like the people who always keep their minds enough flexible to adopt and learn new things and understand them logically with practical, experimental & factual grounds. Cheers.
    Indeed, same here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by syncview View Post
    Indeed, same here.
    pleasure to meet.
    Which car do you have and feeding oils?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodMan7 View Post
    even if someone will pour c-oil in the engine, even then it will work.
    But thicker oils does no good in the cars and neiter the engine is happy with them.
    Synthetic oils provide outclass and more long lasting lubrication than the thicker oils. So its not wise to feed the new cars with thicker oils like 20/50 or 10/40.

    Example,
    i have new car and i feed it 20/50. I will get average like 10km/l and change intervals would be 4~5k max.
    Keep using this oil and i have to start going workshop before 100k.

    I feed it 10/40. I will get 11km/l and change interval would be 5k max.
    Keep using this oil and i will take my car to workshop to see mechanic on/before 120/130k.



    I feed it zic a+ (5/20) or similar grade oil. I will get 12km/l and change interval would be 5k.
    Keep using this oil and i will take my car to workshop to see mechanic on/before 170/180k.



    Now i feed my car with fully synthetic oils like 0/40, 0/30, 5/40, etc. I will get 14~15Km/l and change intervals would be 8~10k.
    After driving car 200k, its engine will be healthy and young to go another 100k easily.
    I Know What You Told......We Are Talking Engine Oils Here.........Not Gear Oils...So Stick To POINT.....!!

    I Am Asking Why 10w-40 Won't Work As You Say NEGATIVE....!!


    The Way You Are Explaining Things Mean Something Like -10W-30 Will Make Your Engine Go Immortal

    No Mechanical Work Ever....

    This Is Something Out Of Books And Logic............!! Increasing Viscosity Results In Engine Damage As You Explain Above

    In Simple........The Old 80's And 90's Should Have Not Lasted 300k .... Why Is That So....They Use 20w-50 ......No Fancy Stuff.....Clean And Simple.....And They Last 300k + KM...Depending On Maintenance....

    So This Claim And Example Seems Improper To Me.........!! I Can Agree On Mileage You Get As Thin Engine Oil Will Put Less Stress On Oil Pump And Produce Less resistance But On Other Hand......If You Say It Can Dramatically Multiply Your Engine Life For Like 2 Times...Then Its NOT......!!

    If Its That's So...The Owener Manual Should Have Deleted 20w-50 And 10w-40 Viscosity As They Will Make There Cars perform Less Than Expected.....!!

    And Do Consider The Weather Conditions Here..........The Long Change Intervals Are Always Doubtful Due To Dust And Moist Weather Conditions We Go Through......!!

    So Its Better To Stay On Mild Track And Use All Season Compatible OIL....And Why Spend Double When You Can't Go Above 5k Km Interval Change With Conditions Around........Those Fancy Expensive Oils Are Meant To Be Used For Better Performance Once But Can't Be Used As Miracle OIL.....!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SER_GTR View Post
    I Know What You Told......We Are Talking Engine Oils Here.........Not Gear Oils...So Stick To POINT.....!!

    I Am Asking Why 10w-40 Won't Work As You Say NEGATIVE....!!


    The Way You Are Explaining Things Mean Something Like -10W-30 Will Make Your Engine Go Immortal

    No Mechanical Work Ever....

    This Is Something Out Of Books And Logic............!! Increasing Viscosity Results In Engine Damage As You Explain Above

    In Simple........The Old 80's And 90's Should Have Not Lasted 300k .... Why Is That So....They Use 20w-50 ......No Fancy Stuff.....Clean And Simple.....And They Last 300k + KM...Depending On Maintenance....

    So This Claim And Example Seems Improper To Me.........!! I Can Agree On Mileage You Get As Thin Engine Oil Will Put Less Stress On Oil Pump And Produce Less resistance But On Other Hand......If You Say It Can Dramatically Multiply Your Engine Life For Like 2 Times...Then Its NOT......!!

    If Its That's So...The Owener Manual Should Have Deleted 20w-50 And 10w-40 Viscosity As They Will Make There Cars perform Less Than Expected.....!!

    And Do Consider The Weather Conditions Here..........The Long Change Intervals Are Always Doubtful Due To Dust And Moist Weather Conditions We Go Through......!!

    So Its Better To Stay On Mild Track And Use All Season Compatible OIL....And Why Spend Double When You Can't Go Above 5k Km Interval Change With Conditions Around........Those Fancy Expensive Oils Are Meant To Be Used For Better Performance Once But Can't Be Used As Miracle OIL.....!!
    sir, i really wish to reply each and every point that you wrote. But it seems that i have to start again from the abc. Plz get some time to.read some more posts here on synthetic oils.

    However, this is for sure that i cannot give more simplest example to poke your deeper intellegance.
    Most of the old mechanics will be agree wth this post who believe that only the best oil available in pak is 20/50 and we should use it from begining to the entire engine's life.
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    It Was Given As Example ...I Never Said That............Nor I Recommend 20w-50...

    Point Is I Don't Understand Your Simplest Examples As They Makes No Sense To Me....!!

    Synthetic Oil Is Better In Many Aspects Doesn't Mean As Much As You Explain......!!!

    I Am Just Not Satisfied WIth This Miracles Of Synthetic OIL

    Not Everyone Can Use That Doesn't Mean They Are Doing BAD With Their Motors....!
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    As Soon As They Are Using Right Grade And Recommended Viscosity......They Are Doing FINE.....!!

    Fake's Are Not An issue Of Manufacturers.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by SER_GTR View Post
    It Was Given As Example ...I Never Said That............Nor I Recommend 20w-50...

    Point Is I Don't Understand Your Simplest Examples As They Makes No Sense To Me....!!

    Synthetic Oil Is Better In Many Aspects Doesn't Mean As Much As You Explain......!!!

    I Am Just Not Satisfied WIth This Miracles Of Synthetic OIL

    Not Everyone Can Use That Doesn't Mean They Are Doing BAD With Their Motors....!
    it always take some time for people to get familiar with new things and understand their proper uses, properties and characteristics.
    But in Pak. it take years or perhaps decades before people even start thinking about any change, generally.

    Sir, i request to enhance your studies about synthetic oils. There are no miracles in their performance. But ofcoarse we feel ourself much satisfied with their ultimate functionings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodMan7 View Post
    engine oils has mainly 4 categories (racing cars technologies not included).

    Fully synthetic
    semi synthetic
    partially synthetic (or with synthetic formula etc.)
    mineral oils.

    Increase your study and awareness before pointing others.
    Thanks.

    oils are more than just these marketing lingo,

    the base stock choice, the blending of others bits in it to satisfy the performance specs of different API specs or ACEA specs is taken into consideration.

    How come people on PW assume that these API levels were just synthetic and mineral and just gaarha or patlaa haail, there are a bunch of mineral limitations in action here, specially oils formulated for DI engines - those engines face a lot of oil thinning due to fuel dilution.

    Now before just talking about thick or thin please talk about more realistic stuff - e.g. why API specs are in place - not just viscosity numbers.
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    a little question for goodman,

    if I give you a few oils to choose

    1 mobil1 0W40
    2 Shell Rotella/Rimula 5w40
    3 Castrol syntec GTX 5w30
    4 regular mineral 5w30 with SL API rating

    which would you choose to use in a mercedes benz E430 from 2002? and why?



    p.s. mercedes benz recommend an oil with a min viscosity of 12 cst at 100C and this engine uses a total of 4 cat converters, has roller tappet rockers and holds 9 litres of engine oil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodMan7 View Post
    pleasure to meet.
    Which car do you have and feeding oils?
    I have a mehran and using caltex delo silver 15w-40.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    a little question for goodman,

    if I give you a few oils to choose

    1 mobil1 0W40
    2 Shell Rotella/Rimula 5w40
    3 Castrol syntec GTX 5w30
    4 regular mineral 5w30 with SL API rating

    which would you choose to use in a mercedes benz E430 from 2002? and why?



    p.s. mercedes benz recommend an oil with a min viscosity of 12 cst at 100C and this engine uses a total of 4 cat converters, has roller tappet rockers and holds 9 litres of engine oil.
    if its your car, then.it should be 0/40 for sure. Because you already mentioned in your previous posts about it.
    Otherwise, first we always ask which oil is being used previously and changing intervals. After knowing it, a more precise suggestion is made in order to increase engine's performance.
    Its pretty simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by syncview View Post
    I have a mehran and using caltex delo silver 15w-40.
    perfect choice of viscosity. Good keep using.
    Or if possible, use zic-m (15/40). Its perhaps better oil than caltex.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    p.s. mercedes benz recommend an oil with a min viscosity of 12 cst at 100C and this engine uses a total of 4 cat converters, has roller tappet rockers and holds 9 litres of engine oil.
    very surplus information for common car owners. Perhaps only less than 0.001% people must be knowing about it. Am driving car since longtime n never wanted to go so deep to know viscosity of abc cst and at xyz temperature etc. It would be similar to calculate the calories in food before eating all the times.
    I am not an engineer like you sir, just a common guy with a bit of interest about oils.
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    Quote Originally Posted by syncview View Post
    I have a mehran and using caltex delo silver 15w-40.
    Brthr delo silver is for diesel engines
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodMan7 View Post
    perfect choice of viscosity. Good keep using.
    Or if possible, use zic-m (15/40). Its perhaps better oil than caltex.
    zic-m is API SJ

    delo silver being an SG suits better to my car's engine

    i don't believe in the concept of API ratings being "backwards" compatible for reasons stated above by experts
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodMan7 View Post
    very surplus information for common car owners. Perhaps only less than 0.001% people must be knowing about it. Am driving car since longtime n never wanted to go so deep to know viscosity of abc cst and at xyz temperature etc. It would be similar to calculate the calories in food before eating all the times.
    I am not an engineer like you sir, just a common guy with a bit of interest about oils.
    exactly, that is why I believe that the common car owner should just follow what the manual states.
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    Used twice LUB PLUS bodro oil so far after zip A. It was noticeable change in engine sound. Engine now more noise less even after 4000km run. This Oil is made in Germany & only available in Plaza. It is a bit expensive but try it u will keep using this Oil.


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    @GoogdMan7 and @Xulfiqar
    If I have to pick between Mobil1 0W-40 and Liqui Moil 5W-40 which one should I pick for 1KR-FE engine ?

    And are these oils SAE complaint ?

    BTW the owner of oil shop from where I get my car's oil change , according to him Mobil1 is the best oil and then others are in this order
    1- Mobil1
    2-Kixx
    3-Liqui Moil
    4-Performa

    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverickz View Post
    @GoogdMan7 and @Xulfiqar
    If I have to pick between Mobil1 0W-40 and Liqui Moil 5W-40 which one should I pick for 1KR-FE engine ?

    And are these oils SAE complaint ?

    BTW the owner of oil shop from where I get my car's oil change , according to him Mobil1 is the best oil and then others are in this order
    1- Mobil1
    2-Kixx
    3-Liqui Moil
    4-Performa

    Thanks,
    Maverick
    there are many different variants for the LM 5w-40, which one exactly are you talking about?
    Also get the same info for the mobil1 0w-40
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