- Dec 26, 2005
- Upper Midwest
Thank you for reiterating that logic. You are correct in your analysis. Another thing that may play into it is that some boutique oil companies look at the lack of certifications or approvals as a badge of honor. I think this was more "impressive" back years ago when API was the primary licensing available off the shelf.
Originally Posted by ZeeOSix
There is required test data that needs to be measured and reported to JASO in order to get the oil certified. If companies like Redline say their oil is "suitable for JASO MA applications" without it actually being formally certified, then how would they know unless they did the required tests? And if they did the tests, then it's just a matter of submitting the data with a small payment to get their oil JASO certified. Yet they don't ... there has to be a reason why.