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ML-70, Klotz, Aerosave; which tolerates best high temperatures?

Old 09-15-2012, 11:24 PM
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Default ML-70, Klotz, Aerosave; which tolerates best high temperatures?

Dear fellows and gurus

I'm trying to find out which of these (any other good alternatives?) synthetic oils tolerates best high temperatures? It's very obvious that at some point any synthetic oil gets destroyed. There must be, however, some oil that stands the heat better than others. And this is my attempt: find a good quality synthetic oil that tolerates high temperatures and blends with alcohol.

I'm planning to make a mix that has a lubrication package of 15% synthetic oil + 2% castor / or 17% full synthetic


Klotz Original Techiplate (KL-200): flash point: 460°F; Viscosity @ 100°c: 23.30 cSt Typical
Klotz Lite Techniplate (KL-198 ): Flash Point: 420°F; Viscosity @ 100°c: 10.90 cSt Typical
ML-70: Flash Point: ?; Viscosity @ 100°c: ?
Fuchs Aerosave: Flash Point: ?; Viscosity @ 100°c: 32,5 cSt Typical

( I tried to serarch for other threads but i couldn't find any to cover this theme.)

I hope someone could clarify the mater. I also think that this is matter that has general interest , too.

thank you

Artto
Old 09-16-2012, 05:45 AM
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Default RE: ML-70, Klotz, Aerosave; which tolerates best high temperatures?

Fuchs aerosave is tailored to approach the properties of castor bean oil, so it should be best.
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ORIGINAL: pe reivers

Fuchs aerosave is tailored to approach the properties of castor bean oil, so it should be best.
Dear Pe
Danke Viel!

I just realized that there is another oil by Fuchs, newer than the Aerosave: Aerosynth 3.
Do you happen to know if this is even further advanced to stand high temperaturescompared to Aerosave?

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Old 09-16-2012, 11:18 AM
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Default RE: ML-70, Klotz, Aerosave; which tolerates best high temperatures?

Fuchs had several oils. Aerosave was one of them and was concocted to make engines survive lean runs, and better their aerosynth. I have been long out of the glow fuel sports, and am not familiar with the #3 oil properties.
Maybe someone else?

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