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 Homemade Oil Viscosity Tester?

Answer Viscosity is the measure of how well an oil flows. Thicker oils have higher viscosity and protect moving parts within engines and other equipment better than thinner oils with lower viscosity. At l... Read More »
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Beta testing and game testing are two completely different things. Beta testing is not a trial period to becoming an official game tester. Official game testers require college degrees and are expe... Read More »
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What Is Oil Viscosity?

Oil is rated by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) for viscosity. Viscosity is a rating which describes the thickness of a fluid. Engines are designed to use oil rated at a certain viscosity... Read More »
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Viscosity of Used Oil vs. New Oil?

Many drivers know they must periodically change their vehicle's oil, but some car owners may not understand why the oil does not last forever. As the vehicle runs, the oil's viscosity changes and t... Read More »
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How to Cut Oil Viscosity?

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