mnyak engine asal masa dpt kete persona aku dlu tk sure jnis apa proton letak, then 1st service aku guna mach5 dgn alasan nk murah.. dinasihatkan jgn pkai mach5 sbb mcm s**k… then service2 seterus nyer aku guna syntium semi so ok la then saje try guna delphi semi jugak mmm mcm s**k jugak then kembali ke syntium semi.. then after recomended from my fellow persona… smpai skrg guna Q8 Advanced Semi-Synthetic 10w-40: RM99/4L skali ngan Q8 transmission Oil.. plus Revo Oil Additive…. hasil nyer memang superbbbb. tk caya leh try pakai.
They could be faster though. I would love for them to add some new tools to their 8v line (dremel like rotary tool please) and produce some more really compact 20v tools (would really be pleased by a 4” circular saw). They should discontinue their 12v line. No need for it. Their lines should be 8v, 20v and 60v. And please create some sort of AC/60v transformer so we can use flexvolt tools corded. Don’t know if it realistic to make something not too bulky supporting high current but the transformer doesn’t have to be on the tool itself. It can be a laptop like power supply instead.
Now that you have read all our Water Softener Reviews, it comes down to you which water softener systems you really want to go for. Although, we highly recommend the Fleck 5600SXT and the other models by Fleck, we cannot specifically suggest you anything because that totally depends on your requirements and the type of the household you need the system for. If you have a small to medium household, you can opt for the 5600SXT model by Fleck or the Nuvo H20 system. And in case of a large household, you can go for the Fleck 7000SXT. If you are looking for a Saltless alternative to a Water Softener, you can go with the Eddy Electronic Water Descaler since it is a Magnetic system. If you need a portable system, The Watts RV PRO-1000 is what you need to opt for.