quote:Ken4, there is a Forum for Singapore AMSOIL users and fans. I surfed into it by accident once, but could not find the place subsequently. The praise those people lavished on AMSOIL motor oil was out of this world. If what they said was anything to go by, all other brands of oil are now obsolete. Ha, ha.
Originally posted by Ken4: Amsoil has a dealer here! TSO Series 2000 0w30 (S$28/qt) and ASL 5w30 (S$17/qt)! Which is better for hot & humid Singapore? Or should I stick with Royal Purple 10w30 ($10/qt)?
quote:Yeah, you are right, Ken4. Those people in Singapore, they are indeed kind of dense. Most of their posts do not make much sense to me. But then, with their kind of climate (no cold starts, every day 95 degrees F), even those stupid guys can have a long-lived engines. :-)
Originally posted by Ken4: The problem here is that most are not well-informed on oil and never even heard of oil analysis.........I especially find it amusing when someone describes the oil he uses as "powerful" or "smooth" or "fantastic".
quote:A place with 286 MM people can afford to have dummies. The Bill Gates types take up the slack. A place with 3.5 MM people cannot afford to have dummies. 5 dummies is already too much ballast for a Micro-Dot s*it-town like Singapore, takes away their competitive "edge."
Originally posted by Sin City: We have plenty of dummies here too. I once new a guy that said whenever he went on vacation to Nevada in the summer he would drive his 20 year old Ford F150 at very high speed (about 85+ mph) to keep the motor from getting too hot! I knew this guy about three years ago when I lived in California.