I’ll wake this up for you.
Here is my last used oil analysis.
Redline oil, just under 3,000 miles.
- Important note were written in red
- Note the different fuels used
- Total miles on engine
- Driving conditions
Fact: Cast iron 5.4 & Aluminum 5.4 block
1. Both Blocks, Motorcraft oil (when I used it) was used up at 1,500 mile max.
2. Cast Iron Block, "limited used" of Torco meth and 100 octane fuel only when I was using Motorcraft
3. Both Blocks, “NO” C16 fuel was ever used when I ran Motorcraft oil
4. Aluminum Block, additive was required with Motorcraft oil to prevent hard starting and resolve the low oil pressure condition on start up.
5. Redline Oil Aluminum Block, No additive required; no start up issues, same fuels used (more Torco, meth and 100 octane used) with the addition of C16 Fuel
6. Redline, Aluminum Block, average oil life 3,000 miles or twice that of the Motorcraft oil.
7. Redline oil see greater use of diverse fuel use then Motorcraft oil did.
8. Redline oil see harder driving then Motorcraft oil did.
You all have fun!
Edited by JimC, 03 June 2013 - 06:33 AM.
02/16/07 Built at Auto Alliance International
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07/20/08 Shelby Automotive Super Snake Conversion: CSM #07SS0085
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