Published: Jan 1963
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A specially appointed group of the Coordinating Research Council (CRC) has considered the future of motor oil testing. While the currently published MS (most severe) sequence tests establish a language which is generally satisfactory for defining problems in current engines, the CRC group concluded that future efforts should be directed toward more precise and enduring tests using the CLR Oil Test Engine and selected reference fluids.
McReynolds, L. A.
Phillips Petroleum Co., Leader, CRC Motor Group to Review Oil Test Engine Techniques,