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Here in Vietnam, Hyundai dealers use Hyundai Turbo Syn Oil 5W30 for all type of Hyundai Turbo Engine, change to different oil will void the warranty of the engine.
So I'm curious if anyone have heard about this oil? I don't think it's good enough compare to Shell Helix or Mobil 1.
Here is the picture of the can
 

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The oil is made by a Korean manufacture S-Oil. In cooperating with French oil company Total.

Lubricants < Lube Oil < Business < S-OIL

1) Oil meets the requirements of the SAE standard and can be safely called 5W-30.
2) Viscosity at 100C = 10.48 - typical for ACEA A5 with HTHS 2.9-3.1 mPas, as a rule. There is a reserve from a quick transition to SAE 20 when you pour fresh oil into the engine and it mixes with the non-worn residue in the crankcase.
3) Alkaline number = 9.97 - good washing / neutralizing properties.
4) Acid 2.36 is a standard indicator for full-bed pans.
5) Sulfate ash = 1.27% - normal for a full-salt pans with a high base number.
6) Pour point -40С - normal for 5W-30 on crack.
7) Viscosity of imitation of cold scrolling with a starter at -30С = 6290 mPas - in cold weather down to -30С a start on this oil is provided, but there is no reserve. But the base should be more thermostable due to thicker base oils, unlike those with CCS 3000-4000 mPas. NOACK mass evaporation should be about 10%.
8) Sulfur content = 0.383 - acceptable, speaks about Calcium sulfonates as a detergent package.
9) The oil contains a friction modifier in the form of MoDTC with Molybdenum in the amount of 745 ppm. Molybdenum reduces friction and side wear and also saves some fuel along the way.
10) ZDDP-based anti-wear additives - a pair of zinc and phosphorus in a typical amount for a full-bed charger.


Conclusion: Excellent special product from Total for Kia / Hyundai (and not only). It is suitable for everyone who has been prescribed A5 oils and especially for Molybdenum lovers.
 

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The oil is made by a Korean manufacture S-Oil. In cooperating with French oil company Total.

Lubricants < Lube Oil < Business < S-OIL

1) Oil meets the requirements of the SAE standard and can be safely called 5W-30.
2) Viscosity at 100C = 10.48 - typical for ACEA A5 with HTHS 2.9-3.1 mPas, as a rule. There is a reserve from a quick transition to SAE 20 when you pour fresh oil into the engine and it mixes with the non-worn residue in the crankcase.
3) Alkaline number = 9.97 - good washing / neutralizing properties.
4) Acid 2.36 is a standard indicator for full-bed pans.
5) Sulfate ash = 1.27% - normal for a full-salt pans with a high base number.
6) Pour point -40С - normal for 5W-30 on crack.
7) Viscosity of imitation of cold scrolling with a starter at -30С = 6290 mPas - in cold weather down to -30С a start on this oil is provided, but there is no reserve. But the base should be more thermostable due to thicker base oils, unlike those with CCS 3000-4000 mPas. NOACK mass evaporation should be about 10%.
8) Sulfur content = 0.383 - acceptable, speaks about Calcium sulfonates as a detergent package.
9) The oil contains a friction modifier in the form of MoDTC with Molybdenum in the amount of 745 ppm. Molybdenum reduces friction and side wear and also saves some fuel along the way.
10) ZDDP-based anti-wear additives - a pair of zinc and phosphorus in a typical amount for a full-bed charger.


Conclusion: Excellent special product from Total for Kia / Hyundai (and not only). It is suitable for everyone who has been prescribed A5 oils and especially for Molybdenum lovers.
So you think this oil is good enough for the Elantra Sport turbo charged engine with some mods?
 

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"Conclusion: Excellent special product from Total for Kia / Hyundai (and not only). It is suitable for everyone who has been prescribed A5 oils and especially for Molybdenum lovers."

Going by the conclusion. It looks like it certainly is..
 

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Isn't your warranty void if you have "some mods" anyway?
Technically, no. By law a dealer and/or Hyundai have to prove that a failed part was the cause of a modification. If you need a new wheel bearing and have an intake, they can't void the warranty on the wheel bearing, etc.
 

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Not sure about consumer law in Vietnam.
In Australia, as long as the oil used meets or exceeds the recommended oil requirements.
Any brand of oil can be used.. Hence why different dealerships even use different brands of oil.
I was referring to modifications to the car.
 

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here in Canada, the dealer is using regular oil for the sport. do we really must use synthetic if we change oil accordingly to manual?

Use of synthetic oil is not a requirement.
 

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The oil is made by a Korean manufacture S-Oil. In cooperating with French oil company Total.

Lubricants < Lube Oil < Business < S-OIL

1) Oil meets the requirements of the SAE standard and can be safely called 5W-30.
2) Viscosity at 100C = 10.48 - typical for ACEA A5 with HTHS 2.9-3.1 mPas, as a rule. There is a reserve from a quick transition to SAE 20 when you pour fresh oil into the engine and it mixes with the non-worn residue in the crankcase.
3) Alkaline number = 9.97 - good washing / neutralizing properties.
4) Acid 2.36 is a standard indicator for full-bed pans.
5) Sulfate ash = 1.27% - normal for a full-salt pans with a high base number.
6) Pour point -40С - normal for 5W-30 on crack.
7) Viscosity of imitation of cold scrolling with a starter at -30С = 6290 mPas - in cold weather down to -30С a start on this oil is provided, but there is no reserve. But the base should be more thermostable due to thicker base oils, unlike those with CCS 3000-4000 mPas. NOACK mass evaporation should be about 10%.
8) Sulfur content = 0.383 - acceptable, speaks about Calcium sulfonates as a detergent package.
9) The oil contains a friction modifier in the form of MoDTC with Molybdenum in the amount of 745 ppm. Molybdenum reduces friction and side wear and also saves some fuel along the way.
10) ZDDP-based anti-wear additives - a pair of zinc and phosphorus in a typical amount for a full-bed charger.


Conclusion: Excellent special product from Total for Kia / Hyundai (and not only). It is suitable for everyone who has been prescribed A5 oils and especially for Molybdenum lovers.
Thk you so much for this information
So its good oil, but is it fully synthetic or just mineral oil ?
 

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The oil is made by a Korean manufacture S-Oil. In cooperating with French oil company Total.

Lubricants < Lube Oil < Business < S-OIL

1) Oil meets the requirements of the SAE standard and can be safely called 5W-30.
2) Viscosity at 100C = 10.48 - typical for ACEA A5 with HTHS 2.9-3.1 mPas, as a rule. There is a reserve from a quick transition to SAE 20 when you pour fresh oil into the engine and it mixes with the non-worn residue in the crankcase.
3) Alkaline number = 9.97 - good washing / neutralizing properties.
4) Acid 2.36 is a standard indicator for full-bed pans.
5) Sulfate ash = 1.27% - normal for a full-salt pans with a high base number.
6) Pour point -40С - normal for 5W-30 on crack.
7) Viscosity of imitation of cold scrolling with a starter at -30С = 6290 mPas - in cold weather down to -30С a start on this oil is provided, but there is no reserve. But the base should be more thermostable due to thicker base oils, unlike those with CCS 3000-4000 mPas. NOACK mass evaporation should be about 10%.
8) Sulfur content = 0.383 - acceptable, speaks about Calcium sulfonates as a detergent package.
9) The oil contains a friction modifier in the form of MoDTC with Molybdenum in the amount of 745 ppm. Molybdenum reduces friction and side wear and also saves some fuel along the way.
10) ZDDP-based anti-wear additives - a pair of zinc and phosphorus in a typical amount for a full-bed charger.


Conclusion: Excellent special product from Total for Kia / Hyundai (and not only). It is suitable for everyone who has been prescribed A5 oils and especially for Molybdenum lovers.
http://www.s-oil7.com/eng/product/detail.jsp?pid=00634 = turbo syn ?
 
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