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Synlube MSDS #1827317
03/22/10 05:34 PM
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I received a copy of the MSDS for Synlube from Miro last Friday. I have finally found time to post it to a hosting site. It is being hosted temporarily for the next 30 days.

http://freepdfhosting.com/b14d512c6c.pdf


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Re: Synlube MSDS [Re: Cup of Joe] #1827365
03/22/10 06:17 PM
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Eh, after considering it for about 0.4 nanoseconds, I'll pass.


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2001 Chevy Impala 3800
1980 Wheel Horse C-145 8 Speed

Re: Synlube MSDS [Re: Cup of Joe] #1827371
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Nothing but another scam


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Re: Synlube MSDS [Re: saaber1] #1827378
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Originally Posted By: saaber1
Nothing but another scam


LOL, the Synlube peddlers don't seem to get it. BITOG in general doesn't care about your product. It is way too gimmicky and the whole business license revoking in NV says something.

Yet they keep trying.


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Re: Synlube MSDS [Re: dsmith41] #1827387
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Eh, what's the harm in having more information? I don't know about you but I can't imagine how posting an MSDS could be a construed as a sales pitch.

File it under "P" for "Passing Curiosity" and move on, IMO.


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Re: Synlube MSDS [Re: dsmith41] #1827390
03/22/10 06:33 PM
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Meh, most likely a fake MSDS anyhow. If the company doesn't have a valid business license, then any info from that scam company is not valid also.

This is just: horse


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Re: Synlube MSDS [Re: d00df00d] #1827397
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Originally Posted By: d00df00d
Eh, what's the harm in having more information? I don't know about you but I can't imagine how posting an MSDS could be a construed as a sales pitch.

File it under "P" for "Passing Curiosity" and move on, IMO.


More to do with the fact that this and the PDS have never been revealed before now I would think.

Why mail it to a member and not put it on its website?

Last edited by Trajan; 03/22/10 06:38 PM.


Lack of harm is not proof of benefit.

There are in fact two things, science and opinion; the former begets knowledge, the later ignorance. Hippocrates




Re: Synlube MSDS [Re: d00df00d] #1827433
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Originally Posted By: d00df00d
Eh, what's the harm in having more information? I don't know about you but I can't imagine how posting an MSDS could be a construed as a sales pitch.

File it under "P" for "Passing Curiosity" and move on, IMO.



Agreed, d00df00d!

Re: Synlube MSDS [Re: dsmith41] #1827442
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Originally Posted By: dsmith41
Eh, after considering it for about 0.4 nanoseconds, I'll pass.


You really considered it for that long.....i didn't even consider it at all.


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Re: Synlube MSDS [Re: DieselTech] #1827455
03/22/10 07:32 PM
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Well ain't his just great - no warranty

Information given herein is offered in good faith as accurate, but without guarantee. Conditions of use and suitability of the product for particular uses are beyond our control; the user therefore assumes all risks of use of the product and WE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ALL
WARRANTIES OF EVERY KIND AND NATURE
, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IN RESPECT TO THE USE OR SUITABILITY OF THE PRODUCT.


The thin oil is better thoughts often expressed here are not doing your engine any favors
Re: Synlube MSDS [Re: strongt] #1827470
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I'm anything but a Synlube fanboi, maybe if I have some snakes that need to be lubed someday....

To be fair, Miro was challenged to produce an MSDS sheet and he did. I suspect it was created because of a concern that someone would drop a dime on him for not having one. Note the date on it.

Miro also explained that Mirox is the parent company of Synlube and they do business under that license.

Of course, Synlubes BBB F rating and permanently yanked business license are hanging out there for all to see. There does appear to be something rotten in Denmark^H^H^H^H^H^H^H Las Vegas.


Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.

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Re: Synlube MSDS [Re: DieselTech] #1827551
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Originally Posted By: DieselTech

You really considered it for that long.....i didn't even consider it at all.


I've always thought of myself as a fair and just guy. smile2


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1980 Wheel Horse C-145 8 Speed

Re: Synlube MSDS [Re: badnews] #1827555
03/22/10 08:58 PM
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Originally Posted By: badnews
Well ain't his just great - no warranty

Information given herein is offered in good faith as accurate, but without guarantee. Conditions of use and suitability of the product for particular uses are beyond our control; the user therefore assumes all risks of use of the product and WE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ALL
WARRANTIES OF EVERY KIND AND NATURE
, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IN RESPECT TO THE USE OR SUITABILITY OF THE PRODUCT.



With that kind of warranty they should have gone for broke and called it the million mile oil. Just top up change the filter once every 100,000 miles and run it for a million miles. LOL What amazes me is there are some people that actually might have bought some of this stuff for their cars. Anyone want to buy a bridge?


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Re: Synlube MSDS [Re: XS650] #1827556
03/22/10 09:00 PM
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I would say that this MSDS should have been at the Synlube website a long time ago.

There is nothing that has been discovered about Synlube that would make me want to try some in the engine of my car. On the contary all of the stuff that has been discovered so far has been so negative that I would never buy any of this stuff even to use in my lawnmower.

How much negative can it get? People have discovered that Synlube received an F rating from the Nevada BBB. I think a company has to 'earn' that rating. People have used Google maps and apparently even driven past the site where Synlube is supposed to be located. There was no lubrication plant discovered. There was the permanently revoked buiness license.

I cannot imagine anybody at bitgo wanting to give this motor oil a try.

Re: Synlube MSDS [Re: XS650] #1827557
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Originally Posted By: XS650


To be fair, Miro was challenged to produce an MSDS sheet and he did. I suspect it was created because of a concern that someone would drop a dime on him for not having one. Note the date on it.


Still possible I think. All these years and no MSDS til now.



Lack of harm is not proof of benefit.

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