Date: Fri, 15 Sep 2006 16:28:52 -0400
From: Fred W <Malt_Houndnospamm-me-not*>
Subject: Re: oil sludge?

darthpup wrote: > The MV oil rated for ambient engine temperatures. A fifty weight MV > oil will reach that viscosity at normal operating temperature. It will > not thin! > > It will thicken beyond fifty weight at higher temperatures. Place > some in a pan and heat it up on the stove and observe that it thickens > and then goes to a thick mass as the temperature increases > > Science is based on facts and evidence not on lame theories. > Your "science" is based on utter nonsense and conjecture. Please follow your own "scientific" suggestion and observe some oil (any oil) yourself in a container at 0 degrees C and heated to 100 degrees C. The oil becomes thinner and less viscous as it warms. Don't beleive me? Read this: I know, it was only written by a bunch of silly engineers, but they seem to think that: "Viscosity varies inversely with temperature". Let's look at some empirical data, the specs for one of those dreaded multi-viscosity oils, Mobil Delvac 1 5W40: Viscosity is measured in Centistokes (cSt) (look it up). Under typical properties for this oil we see the cSt
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