Nope..check the website!Made friends with an Amsoil rep for my Mustang. Get the stuff near the price of regular off the shelf synthetic. Haven't looked yet, but I'm sure they have a comparable oil
Before the oils changed to be DEF compatible (lower ash when burnt), Shell Rotella was my choice from seeing studies of several scratch/dig tests. Today's Shell Rotella (and other oils) are not the same as the older versions. They know this and they are specking a full synthetic oil for this reason and due to higher operating temperatures.
Sorry Rossn, meant to write DPF not DEF! Duh.Someone please explain to me how DEF, which goes into the Diesel fuel to help it burn cleaner, has anything to do with enigne oils?
Higher operating temps? I bet they're specking a full synthetic to get 10k oil changes from the oil!
I heard that there's no point in changing your oil earlier since they apparently put in a special kind of oil for the break in process so changing it out early might not be the best thing to do
Yeah, just saw that. Hopefully someone gets on it otherwise we are stuck with few options. Guess I need to poke my head around the oil analysis area.Nope..check the website!
Indeed, but as a preventative measure many will go ahead of schedule. As the engine works itself in there is a tendency to have metal shavings floating around. The filter grabs most of them regardless just nice to flush the system.I thought the owners manual said to change the oil every 10,000 miles