quote:You are right.
Callisa: Calm down!
I read your post twice and you are obviously referring to something you've seen but have not included in your post.
I am not really against the product itself. The product might be good, but I don't think it can fulfill all promises made here.
I quoted from the homepage that the product passed several important ACEA Diesel Specs.
Why am I warned afterwards to use this product in a Diesel engine? A Diesel engine is very common in Europe, and I may use this product for every car for every OEM. (Stated on the Homepage)
But let's have some fun. You know the guy, and I wrote that it is impossible to fulfill all Specs with one oil, right?
You get the Oilcode under which the product has passed all claimed specs. Each oil gets such a code to make the formulation unique besides its brand name. I write an Email (or give you the adress) and ask for this miracle product at API, ILSAC and ACEA and find out, if this product is licensed under the claimed specs.
Do we have a deal?