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> BHp And CalTeX And SHELL,,,,, When Will They Roll Out RON95Euro4M,,,,,

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jamespaul
post Jan 7 2020, 04:00 PM

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QUOTE(MR_alien @ Jan 4 2020, 01:41 PM)
euro 3?
SG itself has been using euro 6 since 2017 already to improve their air quality
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Singapore wants to improve their air quality? Fix their cross border checkpoints, sooooo much congestion.

Singapore has many supercars too, so, not really going green by allowing so many supercars.
jamespaul
post Jan 7 2020, 04:01 PM

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QUOTE(MR_alien @ Jan 5 2020, 09:58 AM)
hahaha....BHP has been using euro4m since a lot of years ago
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Fake news. BHP was an improved Euro 2m. some batches were Euro 3m. But they cannot guarantee their sulphur content, hence, never officially claim to be better than Euro 3m or Euro 4m.
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post Jan 7 2020, 04:04 PM

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QUOTE(WTFisLYN @ Jan 5 2020, 02:19 AM)
Not really sure. A lot of my mechanics say to stay away from these two brands. Dirty oil or something. Lots of carbon like that. Engine easy go kaput and need full overhaul a lot faster that others that use different brands.
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This is joke isnt it?

Shell and Petronas has 60%++ of market share, I dont see cars piling up with dead engines or requiring overhaul.

If your mechanic tells you that, it is time for you to change your mechanic.
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post Jan 7 2020, 05:15 PM

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QUOTE(jamespaul @ Jan 7 2020, 04:01 PM)
Fake news. BHP was an improved Euro 2m. some batches were Euro 3m. But they cannot guarantee their sulphur content, hence, never officially claim to be better than Euro 3m or Euro 4m.
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Agreed with ur point. If they can confirm 90% of their batches was euro3 back then, most customers will switch to bhp. But not.

But nowadays all with we euro4m, so less harmful exhaust composition vs euro2.
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post Jan 7 2020, 05:19 PM

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QUOTE(jamespaul @ Jan 7 2020, 04:04 PM)
This is joke isnt it?

Shell and Petronas has 60%++ of market share, I dont see cars piling up with dead engines or requiring overhaul.

If your mechanic tells you that, it is time for you to change your mechanic.
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My regular workshop only had cars which need to overhaul due to customer neglected to change engine oil. Use mineral oil but extend it to 15k km. Sure kong the engine.

All brand in Malaysia had a fuel additive package on their fuel. So we are safe to use.

Bhp, Caltex mentioned the additive package/quantity was similar on its 95 & 97. Petronas shown they r using newer additive on 95, no updates on upcoming additive package on its 97. Shell shown their best additive only on v power 97 & vpower racing. Petron not sure

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leon898
post Jan 7 2020, 05:23 PM

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QUOTE(jamespaul @ Jan 7 2020, 04:04 PM)
This is joke isnt it?

Shell and Petronas has 60%++ of market share, I dont see cars piling up with dead engines or requiring overhaul.

If your mechanic tells you that, it is time for you to change your mechanic.
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agreed. if the euro 2M is really that bad, all 90s car cannot drive anymore la...


No issue if you pour Petronas based gasoline. This bloody stupid myth is equivalent to another myth about engine oil. higher number viscosity is good for long distance.
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post Jan 7 2020, 08:38 PM

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Is this really necessary these day? Or due to less additive in the fuel?


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jamespaul
post Jan 8 2020, 07:42 AM

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QUOTE(ayamxxx @ Jan 7 2020, 08:38 PM)
Is this really necessary these day? Or due to less additive in the fuel?
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This method doesn't work well for Direct Injection, as the back of the valve stems cannot be cleaned. unless removed.

This method is the same as putting additive into petrol. So, not suitable for direct injection.

For direct injection, you would need walnut blasting or manual scraping
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post Jan 8 2020, 10:59 AM

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QUOTE(ayamxxx @ Jan 7 2020, 08:38 PM)
Is this really necessary these day? Or due to less additive in the fuel?
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That's the by-product of the gasoline combustion.

As per jamespaul, this is common issue for direct injection.
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post Jan 8 2020, 03:09 PM

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QUOTE(jamespaul @ Jan 7 2020, 04:04 PM)
This is joke isnt it?

Shell and Petronas has 60%++ of market share, I dont see cars piling up with dead engines or requiring overhaul.

If your mechanic tells you that, it is time for you to change your mechanic.
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Maybe incorrect. BUT. They sure believe those facts and keep on advicing all of their customers passionately. I just don't want to risk anything. It's not like that they aren't other options out there. At least four have warned me against those brands. My conti car guru. That car guy who specialised in JDM stuff. My kapchai repair man. Also my big bike tuning pro. Maybe a few others that I cannot remember at this very moment too.

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post Jan 8 2020, 04:34 PM

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QUOTE(WTFisLYN @ Jan 8 2020, 03:09 PM)
Maybe incorrect. BUT. They sure believe those facts and keep on advicing all of their customers passionately. I just don't want to risk anything. It's not like that they aren't other options out there. At least four have warned me against those brands. My conti car guru. That car guy who specialised in JDM stuff. My kapchai repair man. Also my big bike tuning pro. Maybe a few others that I cannot remember at this very moment too.
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So you choose to believe in false information?

Fuels in Malaysia are 99% the same. If you really want better fuel (that 1% or less), you can pick either Caltex or Shell as they are Top Tier fuel

https://www.toptiergas.com/
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post Jan 8 2020, 05:09 PM

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QUOTE(jamespaul @ Jan 8 2020, 04:34 PM)
So you choose to believe in false information?

Fuels in Malaysia are 99% the same. If you really want better fuel (that 1% or less), you can pick either Caltex or Shell as they are Top Tier fuel

https://www.toptiergas.com/
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Petronas is one of the new 'Seven Sisters' in oil and gas industries.
I guess that is enough to put a stop to nonsense claim about their fuel quality.

It takes one, special kind of idiot to believe such claim
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post Jan 9 2020, 01:48 AM

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QUOTE(jamespaul @ Jan 8 2020, 04:34 PM)
So you choose to believe in false information?

Fuels in Malaysia are 99% the same. If you really want better fuel (that 1% or less), you can pick either Caltex or Shell as they are Top Tier fuel

https://www.toptiergas.com/
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Yeah. Caltex has always been my second choice. Shell. Third. If BHp were to be PinoyOil I sure would opt for Caltex and maybe Shell worst case scenario.
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post Jan 10 2020, 06:07 PM

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BHP already stated that their RON 95 fuel has been rated at EURO 4M.

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http://www.bhpetrol.com.my/products-servic...5-ron-97-(2019)
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post Jan 10 2020, 07:46 PM

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QUOTE(WTFisLYN @ Jan 5 2020, 05:02 AM)
Thanks all. Shell and Caltex have fully rolled out Euro 4M RON 95. So. Will try them first. Just hope that BHp will roll out ASAP too, The best fuel that I have been using 99 % of the time since around 2008.
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Can you direct me to the said news that they have fully rolled up the Euro 4M Ron 95. Tq

Just now search the shell website, found nothing.


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post Jan 10 2020, 09:15 PM

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post Jan 12 2020, 01:40 AM

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QUOTE(langatian @ Jan 10 2020, 06:07 PM)
BHP already stated that their RON 95 fuel has been rated at EURO 4M.

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http://www.bhpetrol.com.my/products-servic...5-ron-97-(2019)
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QUOTE(Thrust @ Jan 10 2020, 09:15 PM)
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I know you guys. Finally they are not afraid of media publicity and attention. Official announcement is out. Yessssssss.

PaulTan has created an official article too.

https://www.pablotank.com/2020/01/10/euro-4...etrol-stations/

P / S - - - - > PLEASE EDIT pablotank TO paultan FIRST.

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TSWTFisLYN
post Jan 12 2020, 02:54 AM

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Strange. Gone through all five websites. Only Petron does not say that their RON 95 is EURO 4 M.
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post Jan 12 2020, 09:28 AM

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QUOTE(WTFisLYN @ Jan 12 2020, 02:54 AM)
Strange. Gone through all five websites. Only Petron does not say that their RON 95 is EURO 4 M.
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Been through Petron official website still no update yet
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post Jan 12 2020, 03:40 PM

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The only announcement from Petron Malaysia was on their official twitter account.



QUOTE(WTFisLYN @ Jan 12 2020, 02:54 AM)
Strange. Gone through all five websites. Only Petron does not say that their RON 95 is EURO 4 M.
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