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    Quote Originally Posted by syncview View Post
    But what you're doing is neither sharing knowledge nor experience.. they are your 'feelings' towards your car

    The temperature on the body can vary due to tons of different factors or variables, how in the world you can possibly narrow it down to engine oil just by 'scrolling' your hands around your car's body

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    I would like Mr Goodman to meet some hardcore Jeep users - not the nancies who wash them and want to look pretty, but hardcore 4x4 difflock users, lets see after a climb on umm lets say a 30 incline with a 4.0 straight 6 AMC engine - he should tell us the temperature of the engine by feeling it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehalin View Post
    If you are not a current or previous owner of a mehroo then how do you know that "your car is overheating by the amount of heat you feel on your face when you open the hood?" I thought this maneuver is required only in mehroos since temp gauges don't work most of the times in mehroos only.

    Then you probably previously have driven a bolan or carry.

    btw congratulations on your new car. drive well and stay safe.
    well i own a khyber carby, its my baby as i learned driving on it, it serves as once in a week car so it has done only 52000 km till date. its temp needle works as a charm and stays at 1/4 no matter how cold or hot the weather is, and goes to half if i use a/c a/c in really hot days. and i agree its not the most accurate method. so peace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usman_arooq2 View Post
    i know if my car is overheating by the amount of heat i feel on my face when i open the hood.
    Really - aisa chal raha hai?

    I can feel the heat of your car from here in Houston, how? dont ask - its science (mind blowing hi tech stuff here)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    Really - aisa chal raha hai?

    I can feel the heat of your car from here in Houston, how? dont ask - its science (mind blowing hi tech stuff here)
    First it was touching bonnet with hand, Now this. People never stop breaking barriers and go to the next level lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    Really - aisa chal raha hai?

    I can feel the heat of your car from here in Houston, how? dont ask - its science (mind blowing hi tech stuff here)
    bilkul aisa e chall rha ha abi tk tw. and i'd like to ask how cuz i'm in just 12th and would like to learn something new then to just brag about what i know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usman_arooq2 View Post
    well i own a khyber carby, its my baby as i learned driving on it, it serves as once in a week car so it has done only 52000 km till date. its temp needle works as a charm and stays at 1/4 no matter how cold or hot the weather is, and goes to half if i use a/c in really hot days. and i agree its not the most accurate method. so peace.
    i was being funny by telling another method and everybody's flaming me. not fair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    I would like Mr Goodman to meet some hardcore Jeep users - not the nancies who wash them and want to look pretty, but hardcore 4x4 difflock users, lets see after a climb on umm lets say a 30 incline with a 4.0 straight 6 AMC engine - he should tell us the temperature of the engine by feeling it.
    he would change its oil first second after the feel test, because that engine runs HOTTTTTT....
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    Quote Originally Posted by syncview View Post
    he would change its oil first second after the feel test, because that engine runs HOTTTTTT....
    if his hands have skin.
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    Yeah I forgot that part.. :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by faiz.aslam.121 View Post
    What they mean to say is, do it in a professional way-
    Just the way a Doctor uses a thermometer to check your fever. He doesn't shove his hand in your mouth or his finger up your backside does he?
    If reading engine/engine oil temp. through OBD-II port is possible, why not try that to be more accurate?
    In other words, lets say the imported oils has good Thermal Stabilities as compared with local oils.
    Hope this statement will work better than bonnet test. (smile).
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    Quote Originally Posted by faiz.aslam.121 View Post
    What they mean to say is, do it in a professional way-
    Just the way a Doctor uses a thermometer to check your fever. He doesn't shove his hand in your mouth or his finger up your backside does he?
    If reading engine/engine oil temp. through OBD-II port is possible, why not try that to be more accurate?
    in other words, lets say Imported oils has better Thermal Stabilities as compared with local oils.
    hope this wording will be better than bonnet practical. (smile)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    hmm - irrelevant words.... in your world is a bobbin called a "phirkee"?.. If you want to discuss in the uneducated terms that pakistani mechanics use - then thats OK too, Im versed in them too, unfortunately I also have a few degrees in education, I think they should be considered useless.

    anyway a test means that it is universal and has units of measure that are defined as constants.

    now lets take your test on a suzuki mehran and feel the bonnet after driving at a speed of 20 km/h for 2 hours and then stopping in Sibbi in the middle of July and testing the heat. It may burn you.

    Lets do that on a mercedes with 3.2 litre or 4.3 litre engine, the bonnet will be very cool...... the german engine runs hotter (normally at 90C) all the time and has panels under the car - so hot air doesnt exhaust quick. Why would it be cool?

    Theres a thick layer of insulation on the bonnet. <--- any hint

    Similarly lets take a person who has diabetes and usually has numb fingers because he binges on "broast" - he wont feel a thing as his fingers are numb. Or lets take both cars to Abbotabad in December and do the test. Any ideas what will happen?
    We don't have German cars here in Pak.
    So comparing Mehran with German car is not good idea to explain the phenomena.
    As in my other post I said, ok, instead of bonnet test, lets call that "Imported Oils" has good thermal stabilities as compared with local oils.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    why dont you make a thread for this - you can PM the mod called Vcheng or Libra to lock it for you and make it a sticky, that way only you can edit it but all can read it.

    Others wont be able to post on it.
    I never meant to force someone for the input in the post. Instead I try to share what has passed through my observations or experience.
    Oneself should feel to read these post or not or silently pass away.
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    Go for VALVOLINE 15W40 CI4 with mileage of 5000 KMs or KIXX D1 CI4 mileage of 5000 KMs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usman_arooq2 View Post
    i was being funny by telling another method and everybody's flaming me. not fair.

    Usman, i like your observations & sincerely appreciate it.
    We all have different points of observations to the common phenomenon even.
    I can further elaborate it with following quotes which I like

    "Beauty is always in the eyes of Viewer".
    "Look the good in people and you will find good in them".

    Just ignore what everyone says here. I know people feel rather easy to taunt rather than even trying to observe it. Speaking / writing is rather easier than being practical.

    If a car is normally driven, when stop and open the bonnet and yes can feel a certain (lets call it standard) amount of heat.
    But if car is bit over driven, using bad engine oil, running short water in radiator, etc. etc. then certainly the amount of heat will be more when we will open the bonnet. I fully agree with this and in anycase appreciate your point of observation.

    Regardless of the weather (either in summer or winter), your observation is true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodMan7 View Post
    Oneself should feel to read these post or not or silently pass away.
    "or silently pass away" lol. Seriously I don't want to pass away. I 've a family to look after. Should I keep on reading your posts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehalin View Post
    "or silently pass away" lol
    pardons for my bad english. but i didn't mean so. (smile)(smile)(smile)(smile)(smile)
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodMan7 View Post
    But if car is bit over driven, using bad engine oil, running short water in radiator, etc. etc. then certainly the amount of heat will be more when we will open the bonnet.
    a bit over driven = using bad engine oil = running short water in radiator

    Once again a great observation. You are Thomas Edison of Pakistan. I like your posts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehalin View Post
    a bit over driven = using bad engine oil = running short water in radiator

    Once again a great observation. You are Thomas Edison of Pakistan. I like your posts.
    if we are +ve in reading posts, then we will find the +ve points. Or vise versa.
    The choice is ours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehalin View Post
    "or silently pass away" lol. Seriously I don't want to pass away. I 've a family to look after. Should I keep on reading your posts?
    Keep reading and brain damage might occur. Might need to use Garda to digest everything
    Turbo lag is like foreplay. You know it's coming. And it's gonna be good.

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