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TSSean77
post Jan 18 2018, 11:46 PM, updated 4 months ago

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So today, saw many ppl bought & gave good review for this engine oil, fully synthetic only Rm55...so cheap yet all commented its great on the quality also....
Any1 user here? Is it true?
As plan to try for my 18 yrs old wira

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post Jan 19 2018, 02:14 AM

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I can tell you one thing. If your car is running ok with whatever engine oil you are using, just stick to it. When you change to new engine oil make it same weight. If you use thinner oil, say overhaul to your engine.
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post Jan 19 2018, 11:29 AM

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Would you trust an oil bottle that doesn't even have a manufacturing address? Look at the back, there's only a description and an e-mail address.

Sorry, can't comment much on the Mizu oil for peace of mind.
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post Jan 19 2018, 03:20 PM

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just to add, "mizu" in japan means water. laugh.gif
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post Aug 16 2018, 11:02 AM

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mizucorp.com office in kiara i think ,looks legit. oem oil, okla for older car, newer car use btter oil la haha
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post Aug 16 2018, 01:55 PM

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synthium 7000 @ rm159 @ shopee. go buy this
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post Aug 16 2018, 05:03 PM

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Use this if u hate ur engine
CarroTT
post Aug 17 2018, 12:05 AM

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I m using it wor. Seems ok to me.
I agree with the ratings in lazada, many commented engine feel quieter
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post Aug 17 2018, 04:23 PM

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Tried the 5W-40 in my Myvi.
B4 the oil change, it's on Castrol Magnatec, the car kind of struggled to climb above 110km/h. After change, 130km/h is a breeze.
Currently did 2000km. So far so good.
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post Aug 17 2018, 04:49 PM

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don't recommend based on anecdotal experience.

there is no 'MIZU' registered in API cert. if they can lie about the cert, just imagine about the quality
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post Aug 21 2018, 01:40 PM

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i use this oil for my nouvo lc scooter....2 times already...not too bad but as usual engine sound not quieter...not becoz of EO quality but scooter need thicker EO.....not too bad for that price + 4x service since my scoot require 0.8 liter..fully syn somemore...
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post Aug 21 2018, 02:00 PM

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QUOTE(Sean77 @ Jan 18 2018, 11:46 PM)
So today,  saw many ppl bought & gave good review for this engine oil,  fully synthetic only Rm55...so cheap yet all commented its great on the quality also....
Any1 user here?  Is it true?
As plan to try for my 18 yrs old wira
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A friend tried using a 50% engine oil + 50% cooking oil mix on his old junk shocking.gif ....... Also no problem to the engine in the short term to mid term.
Long term dunno lah... we didn't dismantle the engine to look inside once it died.

A coolant hose failure after several years killed the engine because of overheating.

So I won't trust "Mizu"... for all u know, can be 70%-80% cooking oil.. laugh.gif
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post Aug 21 2018, 03:10 PM

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i rather use shell helix ultra from Giant laugh.gif
rm115 during promo price icon_idea.gif
TSSean77
post Aug 21 2018, 11:13 PM

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QUOTE(unitron @ Aug 21 2018, 02:00 PM)
A friend tried using a 50% engine oil + 50% cooking oil mix on his old junk  shocking.gif ....... Also no problem to the engine in the short term to mid term.
Long term dunno lah... we didn't dismantle the engine to look inside once it died.

A coolant hose failure after several years killed the engine because of overheating.

So I won't trust "Mizu"... for all u know, can be 70%-80% cooking oil..  laugh.gif
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Then maybe can buy home to goreng pisang
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post Aug 22 2018, 08:23 PM

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Been using it on my car. Seems ok wor
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post Aug 23 2018, 11:46 AM

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RM55 for a fully syn oil.. anyone can make a cheap "fully syn" oil as the definition is very loose. some will consider a mineral oil with additive as syn oil. i highly doubt for RM55 you are getting a non petroleum based fully syn oil. the main benefit if fully syn is its thermal stability. if you have a budget of RM55 i suggest spend a lil more and get a synthetic blend oil (semi-syn) and do oil changes more frequently. or since its going into an 18yr old car with maybe no proper care a good mineral oil will suffice. FYI with really good maintenance and good oil usage an old car can still have very clean internals and keep it being efficient as it can be.
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post Sep 25 2018, 02:03 PM

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also using it in my persona, engine became quieter
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post Sep 25 2018, 03:36 PM

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When choosing oil, always buy reputable brands from trusted sources!
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post Sep 26 2018, 12:14 AM

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regulation and enforcement is lacking, fake and recycled oil is rampant

my suggestion, buy castrol, shell, petronas, idemitsu eneos or any big name you can think of

only buy with authorised distributor

the sad thing is, in malaysia there is no guarantee it is 100% safe

buy and pray it do good to your car =_=

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post Sep 28 2018, 07:47 AM

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QUOTE(6UE5T @ Sep 25 2018, 03:36 PM)
When choosing oil, always buy reputable brands from trusted sources!
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Agree. I have chat with my car workshop and the lady owner has shared so many stuff with me about lubricant market. Sad to hear that the enforcement in Malaysia is weak and anyone can just put up a oil and sell it online. Short term like 3-4 years you wont see the problem, but after that your engine one day just breakdown on the road and its already too late. Say that engine is the heart, lubricant is the blood. You had bad blood inside, sooner your heart will stop. Not worth buying too cheap oil.

Heard the lady owner sharing about Shell Malaysia program called Shell Advantage Rewards. You get free oil if consistently service from authorized workshop! Googled about it and it look good https://share.shell.com/consumer/my/Pages/Login.aspx. Sign up and get FREE RM10 petrol voucher somore..so happy! rclxms.gif

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