Japanese Automotive Standards Organization
The Japanese Automotive Standards Organization (日本自動車規格 Nihon Jidōsha Kikaku , JASO) is an organization that sets automotive standards in Japan, analogous to the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) in the United States. JASO also sets standards for grades of oil; the highest grade for two-stroke engines being JASO FD, and JASO MA for four-stroke engines (motorcycles).
JASO is part of the Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan (財団法人自動車技術会 Zaidan-hōjin Jidōsha Gijutsukai , JSAE).
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