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#3292981 - 02/24/14 04:05 PM Re: Archoil AR6200 [Re: jonny-b]
boxcartommie22 Offline


Registered: 01/03/03
Posts: 2970
Loc: moutain country
it would be interesting to differentiate between heat from combustion or engine friction.archoil says on their stite claims the ar9100 reduces engine heat by 30-40%. I hope they can back that up!!I am going to ask for proof from them.i sure noticed a difference just overall the way things run.i would like to know others experiences..


Edited by boxcartommie22 (02/24/14 04:11 PM)
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#3292994 - 02/24/14 04:20 PM Re: Archoil AR6200 [Re: boxcartommie22]
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Registered: 01/26/11
Posts: 102
Loc: Indianapolis, IN
Originally Posted By: boxcartommie22
it would be interesting to differentiate between heat from combustion or engine friction.archoil says on their stite claims the ar9100 reduces engine heat by 30-40%. I hope they can back that up!!I am going to ask for proof from them.i sure noticed a difference just overall the way things run.i would like to know others experiences..


1. You claimed that AR9100 drastically lowered the operating temperature of your engine.
2. You backtracked and said that AR9100 did NOT lower the operating temperature of your engine.
3. You are now claiming that AR9100 did in fact reduce the operating temperatures of your ICE (and also increased your MPG by 15%)

Have aliens landed in Littleton, CO recently?

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#3293004 - 02/24/14 04:31 PM Re: Archoil AR6200 [Re: simple_simon]
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Registered: 04/25/13
Posts: 476
Loc: North Bend
Originally Posted By: simple_simon
I've already contributed on Archoil's impact on engine temperature.


You may wish to check the definition of 'contributed'.

Do you have anything to contribute about Archoil's impact on engine temperature?

Any information on Archoil at all?

Any information?
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#3293005 - 02/24/14 04:31 PM Re: Archoil AR6200 [Re: dave5358]
Trajan Offline


Registered: 07/16/05
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Loc: SE PA
Originally Posted By: dave5358
Originally Posted By: Trajan
Originally Posted By: dave5358
Originally Posted By: Trajan
Let us not dwell on the poor English <snip>

Great idea. Now, do you have anything to contribute about Archoil's impact on engine temperature?

Any information on Archoil at all?

Any information?

Then, and only then, will I answer.


You have already answered.


Not possible, as....

Originally Posted By: Trajan


Still waiting for you to tell me, 1: Which simple statement you claim is misread. 2: Why the contradiction?

... you have not answered yet.
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#3293008 - 02/24/14 04:33 PM Re: Archoil AR6200 [Re: jonny-b]
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I spoke to tech support and learned a lot.they primarily service the mining, oil, ship, military industry..they do extensive testing using astm standards thus the claims. told him what I observed, he was not surprised. its the engine friction heat that is reduced and inc. mpg in which I noticed. very knowledgeable.


Edited by boxcartommie22 (02/24/14 04:36 PM)
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#3293009 - 02/24/14 04:34 PM Re: Archoil AR6200 [Re: dave5358]
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Registered: 07/16/05
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Originally Posted By: dave5358
Originally Posted By: simple_simon
I've already contributed on Archoil's impact on engine temperature.


You may wish to check the definition of 'contributed'.

Do you have anything to contribute about Archoil's impact on engine temperature?

Any information on Archoil at all?

Any information?


Do you? You have yet to do what you expect others to do.

Originally Posted By: dave5358

Okay, you don't like Archoil. Otherwise, how does this contribute to the thread?
Is the first. And not a single one since then has any "information".

For someone who is so hot on contribution, you haven't met what looks to be your standard yet.


Edited by Trajan (02/24/14 04:39 PM)
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#3293017 - 02/24/14 04:42 PM Re: Archoil AR6200 [Re: simple_simon]
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Registered: 04/25/13
Posts: 476
Loc: North Bend
Originally Posted By: simple_simon
Just waiting for Dave to start talking about lifetime motor oil.


This is completely off the topic of Archoil, but at least a welcome change from personal attacks.

So, whose lifetime? The oil? The vehicle? Most motor oils will last just about forever. If you doubt that, consider the airline industry which uses almost 100% recycled oil, or peruse the Wiki article on motor oils.

The automobile problem is filtration - you need a full-flow filter (with a relief valve, just in case) so you are limited by the particle size the filter can handle. You could add a by-pass filter system and get much longer oil life. But, why?

Which gets to the real problem: economics. How much trouble and expense are you will to incur to avoid an oil change? For many vehicles, the OCI is already 8-10,000 miles and may even be included in the warranty.
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#3293027 - 02/24/14 04:57 PM Re: Archoil AR6200 [Re: jonny-b]
boxcartommie22 Offline


Registered: 01/03/03
Posts: 2970
Loc: moutain country
I spoke to tech support and learned a lot.they primarily service the mining, oil, ship, military industry..they do extensive testing using astm standards thus the claims. told him what I observed, he was not surprised. its the engine friction heat that is reduced and inc. mpg in which I noticed. very knowledgeable.
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#3293029 - 02/24/14 04:59 PM Re: Archoil AR6200 [Re: boxcartommie22]
simple_simon Offline


Registered: 01/26/11
Posts: 102
Loc: Indianapolis, IN
Originally Posted By: boxcartommie22
I spoke to tech support and learned a lot.they primarily service the mining, oil, ship, military industry..they do extensive testing using astm standards thus the claims. told him what I observed, he was not surprised. its the engine friction heat that is reduced and inc. mpg in which I noticed. very knowledgeable.


Posting it twice makes it true.

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#3293035 - 02/24/14 05:04 PM Re: Archoil AR6200 [Re: Trajan]
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Originally Posted By: Trajan
For someone who is so hot on contribution, you haven't met what looks to be your standard yet.

I was reading the thread for information (a bit optimistic, it would seem). Your stream of mindless attacks on the OP and Archoil have made this difficult.

Do you have anything to contribute about Archoil's impact on engine temperature?

Any information on Archoil at all?

Any information?
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#3293040 - 02/24/14 05:07 PM Re: Archoil AR6200 [Re: boxcartommie22]
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Registered: 04/25/13
Posts: 476
Loc: North Bend
Originally Posted By: boxcartommie22
I spoke to tech support and learned a lot.they primarily service the mining, oil, ship, military industry..they do extensive testing using astm standards thus the claims. told him what I observed, he was not surprised. its the engine friction heat that is reduced and inc. mpg in which I noticed. very knowledgeable.


VW specified the use of MoS2 in the engine oil of air-cooled Beetles, to reduce heat and reduce the risk of oil failure. Other additives might work the same.
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#3293041 - 02/24/14 05:09 PM Re: Archoil AR6200 [Re: simple_simon]
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Registered: 04/25/13
Posts: 476
Loc: North Bend
Originally Posted By: simple_simon
Posting it twice makes it true.


Do you have anything to contribute about Archoil's impact on engine temperature?

Any information on Archoil at all?

Any information?



Edited by JHZR2 (02/24/14 06:14 PM)
Edit Reason: personal attack
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#3293045 - 02/24/14 05:14 PM Re: Archoil AR6200 [Re: boxcartommie22]
Clevy Offline


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Posts: 6995
Loc: Saskatoon canada
Originally Posted By: boxcartommie22
clevy, archoil says this is designed to be a fm..now the boron in say red line, functions as a detergent and a fm.. this is what I understand.



Fair enough.

Thank you
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#3293100 - 02/24/14 06:12 PM Re: Archoil AR6200 [Re: jonny-b]
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Posts: 33268
Loc: New Jersey
People need to learn to grow up. Some may be banned from this thread, or at least may be watched closer as a result.

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