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    I recently bought an cultus 2011 and on CNG when i change the gear to 2nd or 3rd, in start there is a missing/jerk like vibration on lower RPM until i press the accelerator to full or i have to shift to lower gear or press clutch to remove that vibration. Please help what should be the problem? on petrol i dont feel such things.

    Secondly, the car produces tuk tuk sound from front left side when driving straight, what is the issue?

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    ZIC Oil
    ZIC X7 10W-40
    ZIC X7 10W-40 (VHVI TECH) is a synthetic formula engine oil coupled with the latest API
    SN grade, and is engineered with SK?€™s proprietary technology, VHVI
    TECH. ZIC X7 10W-40 (VHVI TECH) delivers exceptional fuel economy benefits and engine
    protection compared to conventional oil viscosity grades such as
    SAE 20W-50.

    • ZIC X7 10W-40 (VHVI TECH) has a longer draining interval compared to conventional oils, which enables you to extend your vehicle service interval. It also provides outstanding engine protection, and is recommended to be used in Japanese, Korean, American cars where API SN/SM/SL/SG is recommended
    • TYPICAL PROPERTIES




      SAE Grade 10W-40
      API Grade SN
      Specific Gravity 15?C 0.86
      Kinematic Viscosity cSt 40?C 92.7
      Kinematic Viscosity cSt 100?C 14.1
      Viscosity Index 157
      Flash Point, ?C 240
      Pour Point, ?C -35.0



    can i use this oil for my cultus efi 2011 51500 kms done, the city temp in summer goes upto 45-48 C and in winter it gets to 10 C to 30 C???

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    Quote Originally Posted by rameezahmed2 View Post
    Suzuki 5s dealer mechanic told me to bring this oil, my cultus has done 51500 kms, so which oil should i use of ZIC i mean the viscosity and should i change the oil now?
    they are as knowledgeable as mechanic on road side then, I'm glad they didn't ask you to pour 20w50
    Optimal viscosity for Cultus = 10w40 or even less
    Optimal API grade for Cultus = API SG/SJ
    Zic cannot serve both sadly.

    However SGO Premium is very good and fall into both standards mentioned above
    Kixx Gold SJ is also a fine oil which fall in it
    It doesn't matter baby we can take it real slow

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    bro but zicx7 says It also provides outstanding engine protection, and is recommended to be used in Japanese, Korean, American cars where API SN/SM/SL/SG is recommended. so is it still not recommended? thanks for your replies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rameezahmed2 View Post
    I have seen mostly people using ZIC oils so i want to use that too, please suggest me any oil from that with right viscosity, here in my city the tempurture goes upto 45-48 C in summer and in winter it gets to 10 C to 30 C
    Dear Saboor ,
    you are right that mostly ppl use Zic but as told by mr rameez Suzuki geniun oil is more good then zic, we are using in our office pool more than 7 car i.e swift apv etc cultus its best for suzuki cars.
    Specially for suzuki i recomend you to use only its geniun parts and oil . you will see the difference.

    thanks
    Mk

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    Quote Originally Posted by rameezahmed2 View Post
    bro but zicx7 says It also provides outstanding engine protection, and is recommended to be used in Japanese, Korean, American cars where API SN/SM/SL/SG is recommended. so is it still not recommended? thanks for your replies.
    Dont fall for such gimmicks. Yes it can be poured on vehicles requiring api sg sj but not in Cultus
    Cultus tappet are made this way that they require higher amount of zddp (1500ppm) as in sg sl. It was reduced to 1200ppm in sl and further 800ppm in sn because most engines work fine with low amount and as you said other protections are provided in newer oils.
    Those protecting chemicals cannot be a substitute to zddp for engines like in Cultus both carby and efi.

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    thanks for advise. i will use sgo premium 10w40 from now on.

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    thanks faheem bhai i will use sgo premium from now on. later after few weeks will update on performance etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rameezahmed2 View Post
    thanks faheem bhai i will use sgo premium from now on. later after few weeks will update on performance etc.
    Suzuki SGO oil is running fine in my car, i thought to update this so that someone who reads it may find this helpful in the future, i used Suzuki Genuine Oil 10w40 Premium, it cost me 1600 for 4 Ltrs. i bought it from 3s Suzuki workshop.

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