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Re: Liqui Moly Oil Additive [Re: PimTac] #4923474 11/13/18 08:53 PM
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Originally Posted by PimTac
“I wonder why some motor oils have only 20-30ppm and some have 500 to 600 ppm. From a chemical perspective, it's fairly harmless. It's everywhere in the ground, soil etc.“




Different forms of moly just like there are different forms of any mineral.

Trinuclear Moly needs less to accomplish the same effect as the moly disulfide.



+1 If i understand it correctly, the trinuc moly converts to mos2 at the point that boundary lubrication comes into play. And you don't have to worry about additive dropout.


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Re: Liqui Moly Oil Additive [Re: spasm3] #4923532 11/13/18 10:10 PM
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Originally Posted by spasm3
Originally Posted by PimTac
“I wonder why some motor oils have only 20-30ppm and some have 500 to 600 ppm. From a chemical perspective, it's fairly harmless. It's everywhere in the ground, soil etc.“




Different forms of moly just like there are different forms of any mineral.

Trinuclear Moly needs less to accomplish the same effect as the moly disulfide.



+1 If i understand it correctly, the trinuc moly converts to mos2 at the point that boundary lubrication comes into play. And you don't have to worry about additive dropout.


I haven't heard that one. Can anyone verify if this is true? Tri-nuclear moly is just a branched MoDTC which has a completely different molecular structure than MoS2.


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Re: Liqui Moly Oil Additive [Re: RDY4WAR] #4965047 12/30/18 09:29 AM
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Originally Posted by PimTac
“I wonder why some motor oils have only 20-30ppm and some have 500 to 600 ppm. From a chemical perspective, it's fairly harmless. It's everywhere in the ground, soil etc.“




Different forms of moly just like there are different forms of any mineral.

Trinuclear Moly needs less to accomplish the same effect as the moly disulfide.



+1 If i understand it correctly, the trinuc moly converts to mos2 at the point that boundary lubrication comes into play. And you don't have to worry about additive dropout.


I haven't heard that one. Can anyone verify if this is true? Tri-nuclear moly is just a branched MoDTC which has a completely different molecular structure than MoS2.




Article just posted by subierubyroo, look at page 41.

Last edited by spasm3; 12/30/18 09:30 AM.

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