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  • Jason Mun Heng Lau
    0w20 has a higher high-temperature viscosity, which means it is better at protecting your engine from the heat and friction of hot weather and high operating temperatures. What is this? 0w40 has a lower high-temperature viscosity, which means it flows easier and reduces internal friction and resistance in the engine.
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