Oil pressure is determined by the resistance oil faces when flowing through the oil passages of the engine. Oil pressure is indicated by the oil pressure gauge and should show a steady value around 20 minutes after engine start-up, when the oil has reached its operating temperature. The unit of measurement is either PSI or Bar.Plus
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What are motorcycle additives, and do they work?
Similar to passenger car additives, motorcycle additives are small doses of products that can be added to the fuel and/or oil tank to boost the performance of your motorcycle engine. Additives can contain a variety of ingredients that work by enhancing the functions of the fuel used in the motorcycle and "stabilizing" the fuel by slowing down the oxidation process.Plus
Track-day essentials for Race-car drivers and enthusiasts
Whether you are a professional F1 driver, or a racing enthusiast who loves to spend their weekend on the track, there is a lot of time, energy and work that goes into maintaining a race car.Plus
Heavy-Duty Diesel Engine Oils vs. Passenger Car Engine Oils: what is the difference?
It is indicated by their names that heavy-duty oils, which are oils used for commercial transport, agriculture or mining equipment (also known as HDDEO’s) and passenger car oils are used for different purposes. However, what is the actual difference in the composition of the oils, and why are the requirements for oils in heavy-duty machinery different from passenger cars?Plus