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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodMan7 View Post
    Its clearly mentioned by the oil companies on their brochurs that new/latest standards already well covers the older standards. So despite knowing this clear message, if many of us would like to stick on the old standards, then it would be their own personal decision. New standard oils are always better than previous with regards of engine's protection, wear properties, better functionalities, friction modifiers, detergents, etc. etc.
    The below mentioned quote is from API website: I hope it clarifies the confusion. Br,
    "For automotive gasoline engines, the latest engine oil service category includes the performance properties of each

    earlier category. If an automotive owner’s manual calls for an API SJ or SL oil, an API SM oil will provide full protection.
    For diesel engines, the latest category usually – but not always – includes the performance properties of an earlier
    category.
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    Believe me or not. In Pakistan the limiting factor for oil life in diesel engines is "Sulphur." Pakistani diesel has one of the highest percentages of sulphur in the world. Our standard specifications for diesel are 1% where actual norm is about 0.5% depending upon the particular refinery from where the diesel is actually procured. So whether you are using mineral or synthetic and CD or CI engine oil change it after max 3000kms. Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehalin View Post
    Believe me or not. In Pakistan the limiting factor for oil life in diesel engines is "Sulphur." Pakistani diesel has one of the highest percentages of sulphur in the world. Our standard specifications for diesel are 1% where actual norm is about 0.5% depending upon the particular refinery from where the diesel is actually procured. So whether you are using mineral or synthetic and CD or CI engine oil change it after max 3000kms. Cheers,

    do you have any data on that? 90% of refined fuel is imported and road going diesel is ULSD now, thats why its not as slick as it used to be when it was Rs 5/litre.
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    Use Liqui-Moly

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    whats wrong with using plain jane delo silver or delo gold by caltex that you can buy at the truck adda for cheap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    do you have any data on that? 90% of refined fuel is imported and road going diesel is ULSD now, thats why its not as slick as it used to be when it was Rs 5/litre.
    Pakistan is struggling to implement Euro II. Euro II HSD is 500ppm sulfur. ULSD is Euro IV i.e., less than 50ppm or typically 15ppm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    do you have any data on that? 90% of refined fuel is imported and road going diesel is ULSD now, thats why its not as slick as it used to be when it was Rs 5/litre.
    ab smj lgi k d4-d successful kyun ho gya ha, while in early imported hilux's it was a failure.

    hope that indus'll introduce corolla 1.4d-4d in next gen corolla and provide a cheap alternative to prius...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ehalin View Post
    Pakistan is struggling to implement Euro II. Euro II HSD is 500ppm sulfur. ULSD is Euro IV i.e., less than 50ppm or typically 15ppm.
    xulfiqar ko b koi takar ka mila ha is dafa...

    lekin diesel at Imandar pumps is of much better quality then it was about 10 years ago(i own a 2.0d saloon 2003, 55k done).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    whats wrong with using plain jane delo silver or delo gold by caltex that you can buy at the truck adda for cheap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehalin View Post
    Pakistan is struggling to implement Euro II. Euro II HSD is 500ppm sulfur. ULSD is Euro IV i.e., less than 50ppm or typically 15ppm.
    It was quite a long time ago in Pakistan that I had some information gathering for the on road diesel fuels in Pakistan, it basically was split in two. (via PPL - I worked on their data networks as a vendor)

    the road use diesel was indeed ULSD - being brought in from KSA or other countries - while the off road/rail use one was still the old diesel that we all know and had more than 1000 ppm sulphur, I believe there was a mandate of its colour too but that was dropped due to reasons unknown.

    There was a big hullaballoo about this on TV too (Dawn news etc, not geo, ary etc who are namak mirchi club of Pakistan).

    Being Pakistan - everything flies, off road mixed with on road diesel - YEP.. chaaloo kaam zindabad.

    Cant confirm now tho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by usman_arooq2 View Post
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    @Xulfiqar is an expert and I respect him a lot. Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    It was quite a long time ago in Pakistan that I had some information gathering for the on road diesel fuels in Pakistan, it basically was split in two. (via PPL - I worked on their data networks as a vendor)

    the road use diesel was indeed ULSD - being brought in from KSA or other countries - while the off road/rail use one was still the old diesel that we all know and had more than 1000 ppm sulphur, I believe there was a mandate of its colour too but that was dropped due to reasons unknown.

    There was a big hullaballoo about this on TV too (Dawn news etc, not geo, ary etc who are namak mirchi club of Pakistan).

    Being Pakistan - everything flies, off road mixed with on road diesel - YEP.. chaaloo kaam zindabad.

    Cant confirm now tho.
    Bottlenecks are 1. old refineries who don't want to invest in technology for de sulfurization & 2. Bedford trucks whose 1950's technology necessitates higher content of sulfur in HSD. Regards,

    btw even, HSD sold inside KSA is still not ULSD as per my knowledge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spectra View Post
    And CJ is more towards emissions. A PKDM 2.0D does not have any sophisticated particulate filters or aftertreatments ystems in exhaust system to worry about. Company recommendation is CD and above. check owners manual to confirm.
    These are only first couple of lines, while in rest of the paragraph they have mentioned pretty much more about CJ characteristics etc.
    And more importantly, Kixx Pao DX has chemical "Polyalphaolefine" which is latest than molybedinium di sulphate (used by LM).

    Furthermore, Kixx has two oils with & without PAO.
    Kixx Pao DX 15/40 Fully Synthetic
    Kixx DX 15/40 Fully Synthetic

    I've suggested the gentleman to use the first one. Its more towards fuel saving as well and for longer, healthier engine life too.
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    As long as it is backward compatible. it is fine. Many new oils are not backward compatible.
    Keep a cool head and wear seatbelts!

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    Also, using synthetic in diesel can be risky considering age of vehicles roaming around. just some words of caution based on own experiences.
    Keep a cool head and wear seatbelts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by usman_arooq2 View Post
    ab smj lgi k d4-d successful kyun ho gya ha, while in early imported hilux's it was a failure.

    hope that indus'll introduce corolla 1.4d-4d in next gen corolla and provide a cheap alternative to prius...
    D4D on Vigo Champ is highy detuned to make it work here n our diesel. Imported ones are still suffering. Only success stories of Common rail engines came from SsangYong and Hyundai/Kia but they are so few, hardly anyone knows about them.
    Keep a cool head and wear seatbelts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ehalin View Post
    Bottlenecks are 1. old refineries who don't want to invest in technology for de sulfurization & 2. Bedford trucks whose 1950's technology necessitates higher content of sulfur in HSD. Regards,

    btw even, HSD sold inside KSA is still not ULSD as per my knowledge.

    The trucks in KSA are usually American or European origin - they have particulate filters on them and high EGR usage - using high suphur fuel in them will cause them to fail within 15% of usable life. The HSD is surely made but then moved offshore for heavy duty purpose or heating oil purpose.

    I'll try to get some old info (meaning - rattle my head)
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodMan7 View Post
    These are only first couple of lines, while in rest of the paragraph they have mentioned pretty much more about CJ characteristics etc.
    And more importantly, Kixx Pao DX has chemical "Polyalphaolefine" which is latest than molybedinium di sulphate (used by LM).

    Furthermore, Kixx has two oils with & without PAO.
    Kixx Pao DX 15/40 Fully Synthetic
    Kixx DX 15/40 Fully Synthetic

    I've suggested the gentleman to use the first one. Its more towards fuel saving as well and for longer, healthier engine life too.
    PAO is a oil base stock - MOS2 is an additive, get your facts straight first.
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