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#285111 - 03/10/05 05:53 AM Re: Militec-1 in car or truck engine?
Vstrom Offline


Registered: 09/03/04
Posts: 289
Loc: SC
quote:
Originally posted by WDP:
There have been warnings about continued use of Militec from members here, severe acid formation, TBN crash and metal scoring on high stress bearings. None of these problems have been noted with my vehicles. Many miles with Militec, good syns and great UOA's. The wife's new Explorer, 17,300 mi on Amsoil S2000, Militec, bypass showed a 6.83 TBN and low metal counts. I'm not bashing here, just look at the stats and make your choices. http://theoildrop.server101.com/ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=3;t=002345#000000 I came here to learn, thanks to all that help me keep it running.

WDP

Ok..is it just me? When clicking the link above I get an entirely different thread that has nothing to do with Militec! I've had this happen quite alot lately...searching for STP in virgin oil analysis I get 2 hits but neither brings up a thread with anything to do with STP [I dont know]

So again is it just me?

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#285112 - 03/14/05 01:36 AM Re: Militec-1 in car or truck engine?
Hasbeen Offline


Registered: 11/02/03
Posts: 212
Loc: Oregon Coast
It always amazes me that when militec1 comes up and several of us show that we use it and it causes no problems and in fact works well, that it just slowly disapears onto the back shelves. [Big Grin] [Big Grin]

It is a great product, and I will always use it. [Razz]

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#285113 - 03/29/05 08:18 AM Re: Militec-1 in car or truck engine?
mjo Offline


Registered: 06/06/04
Posts: 417
Loc: Michigan
quote:
Originally posted by WDP:
There have been warnings about continued use of Militec from members here, severe acid formation, TBN crash and metal scoring on high stress bearings. None of these problems have been noted with my vehicles. Many miles with Militec, good syns and great UOA's. The wife's new Explorer, 17,300 mi on Amsoil S2000, Militec, bypass showed a 6.83 TBN and low metal counts. I'm not bashing here, just look at the stats and make your choices. http://theoildrop.server101.com/ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=3;t=002345#000000 I came here to learn, thanks to all that help me keep it running.

WDP

Assuming that Militec CAN cause acid, did the bypass filter remove the acid then? Is it safe to use this product in a mechanical system as long as water is removed from this system?

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#285114 - 03/29/05 08:35 AM Re: Militec-1 in car or truck engine?
Bio-T Offline



Registered: 05/27/02
Posts: 5336
Loc: London, AR
quote:
Originally posted by Vstrom:
quote:
Originally posted by WDP:
There have been warnings about continued use of Militec from members here, severe acid formation, TBN crash and metal scoring on high stress bearings. None of these problems have been noted with my vehicles. Many miles with Militec, good syns and great UOA's. The wife's new Explorer, 17,300 mi on Amsoil S2000, Militec, bypass showed a 6.83 TBN and low metal counts. I'm not bashing here, just look at the stats and make your choices. http://theoildrop.server101.com/ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=3;t=002345#000000 I came here to learn, thanks to all that help me keep it running.

WDP

Ok..is it just me? When clicking the link above I get an entirely different thread that has nothing to do with Militec! I've had this happen quite alot lately...searching for STP in virgin oil analysis I get 2 hits but neither brings up a thread with anything to do with STP [I dont know]

So again is it just me?

It is just you, the link takes you to his oil analysis that he used Militec. Yes he should have mentioned that when he posted the analysis, so it did not confuse anyone.

[Smile]

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