SPECIFIC FORD 913B 5W30 5L Shopping Cart Items: 0

  • Ford Gasoline and Diesel engine oil
  • Technosynthese

Type of Use

  • Fuel Economy Engine Oil especially designed for FORD and OEMs requiring low HTHS (High Temperature High Shear) viscosity oil (between 2,9 and 3,5 mPa.s : Ford, Rover, Jaguar, PSA, Renault gas engines…, in opposition to OEM requiring oils with high HTHS viscosity oil (>3,5) : BMW, VW (except 503/506), Porsche, MB…
  • Suitable for new technology engines powered with turbo Diesel or gasoline injection engines and catalytic converters, requiring fuel economy lubricants ( ACEA A1/B1 standards ).
Price: $75.50
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PERFORMANCES

  • Standards : ACEA A5 / A1 / B1
  • Approvals : API SJ – ILSAC GF-2
  • Performances : Meets FORD WSS M2C 913 A and B requirements.
  • This Technosynthese engine oil had been formulated, developed and tested according to the most recent technical requirements of petrol and diesel engines when a FORD WSS M2C 913 lubricant is required.
  • The new performance ACEA A1/B1 requests fuel economy and low emission performance : MOTUL Specific FORD 913B – 5W-30 provides an outstanding oil film resistance, reducing friction in the engine, maintaining the oil pressure, and generally decreasing the operating temperature.
  • MOTUL Specific FORD 913B – 5W-30 provides outstanding lubricating properties such as wear resistance, high temperature resistance, oxydation resistance and controlled oil consumption.
  • Anti-wear, Anti-corrosion, Anti-foam properties.

RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Drain interval : refer to manufacturers' recommendations and tune to your own use.
  • MOTUL Specific FORD 913B – 5W-30 can be mixed with synthetic or mineral oils.

PROPERTIES

Viscosity grade SAE J 300 5W-30
Density at 15°C (59°F) ASTM D1298 0.854
Viscosity at 40°C (104°F) ASTM D445 55.3 mm²/s
Viscosity at 100°C (212°F) ASTM D445 9.9 mm²/s
Viscosity index ASTM D2270 164
Pour point ASTM D97 -39°C / -38°F
Flash point ASTM D92 214°C / 417°F
TBN ASTM D2896 10.1 mg KOH/g