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I run to 15k services..
oil testing shows that the oil is fine and would . most likely go further.

oil fklter every 15k. air if required. fuel every 30k.

dealer nope.

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Is that the same with petrol engines?

same effect different cause, in diesel it is the build up of soot, in petrol it is a build up of carbon.
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On another note,are Fumoto quick valves avialable in Australia,i've checked ebay and the price of freight is dearer than the plug it's self from USA.Sorry off topic. Craig
I'm using one 106n this is with nipple don't need the adapter for recessed.
you can google fumoto Australia and the guy will ship it for 9 bucks around 40 odd dollars I think it was.
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I'm using one 106n this is with nipple don't need the adapter for recessed.
you can google fumoto Australia and the guy will ship it for 9 bucks around 40 odd dollars I think it was.
Cheers thanks for that Craig
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Hi All

Ive recently bought a pre DPF 2016 NX Pajero 3.2 diesel , i'm not yet aquainted with the vehicle coming from a petrol Hilux , Patrol and Landcruiser back ground

For last 120,00km since purchased my UZJ100 4.7 V8 Cruiser i been using ULX110 10w/30 Custom Blend Engine Oil and Gear Oils made in Adelaide Sth Aust

This oil was recommend to me by a diesel truck mechanic who showed me oil analysis reports on severe driving conditions and extended oil change intervals in truck diesel engines where the oil retained its additive package protecting the engine , this would certainly fit the conditions of low range 4wding on tracks that take four to five hours to complete , sand driving , commuting in slow city traffic and towing

Further enquires amongst mate's revealed this is a popular engine oil with car enthusiasts/restorers with performance petrol modified engines for show in drag and circuit racing .

ULX110 make Diesel Supreme but only in 15w40 , and i was curious if that fits in the the recommended viscosity range for the NX and if any of you have any personal feedback of this product for passenger diesel engines

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I use Atlantic Oil and they are awesome
NW lube guide
https://www.atlanticoil.com/oil-advice
I use the semi synthetic oil.
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Hi All

Ive recently bought a pre DPF 2016 NX Pajero 3.2 diesel , i'm not yet aquainted with the vehicle coming from a petrol Hilux , Patrol and Landcruiser back ground

For last 120,00km since purchased my UZJ100 4.7 V8 Cruiser i been using ULX110 10w/30 Custom Blend Engine Oil and Gear Oils made in Adelaide Sth Aust

This oil was recommend to me by a diesel truck mechanic who showed me oil analysis reports on severe driving conditions and extended oil change intervals in truck diesel engines where the oil retained its additive package protecting the engine , this would certainly fit the conditions of low range 4wding on tracks that take four to five hours to complete , sand driving , commuting in slow city traffic and towing

Further enquires amongst mate's revealed this is a popular engine oil with car enthusiasts/restorers with performance petrol modified engines for show in drag and circuit racing .

ULX110 make Diesel Supreme but only in 15w40 , and i was curious if that fits in the the recommended viscosity range for the NX and if any of you have any personal feedback of this product for passenger diesel engines

cheers
It is a 40 weight oil & 15 when cold "w" for winter.
Your engine has few k's on clock I gather & presumption only you don't live in sub zero temperature climate and -20 on a winters day?

15W-40 is quite a common grade used in diesel engines.

If you find she turns over a bit steady at start up in winter due to your climate you could conisder a lighter oil maybe 10W-40.

Your Mitsy engine could easily be fitted to a truck or your 4WD or a tractor for arguement sake.

If you like that oil, use it, if in doubt & a great idea, schedule oil sample first time round intermediate of oil change & when it is due & see what you find.

Then it is no guess or anyones opinion.
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