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post #11 of 42 Old 16th May 2006, 09:00 AM
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forgive me but im interested on doing an oil analysis, can you give me an idea on how it works? price for oil analysis?...im curious on the pros and cons of doing oil analysis and if the parts mentioned are repairable/replaceable
There are lots of pro's and no con's, unless getting a little oil on you is a con, lol.
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Here is my last oil change, almost 7500miles on this one. The only thing that really concerns me is the fuel. It went up from last time, but there's also about 5000 extra miles on the oil than the last sample so may be a moot point.
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here are two of my latest. Still on the Mobil 1 15W50

C93158.pdf

D02629.pdf

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Mobil 1 0W-40

I never posted this before because I lost the hard copy but just now had it sent from Blackstone as a pdf. My latest adventure as a board guinea pig is an even longer extended interval on a mix of Castrol 0W-30 (German Castrol) and Mobil 1 EP 10W-40, which I extracted last night. This one will be interesting and I'll post it when I get it back (had to call for a kit today so it'll take a while before it comes back).

Mobil1 0W-40 (10,200 miles)
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Hi BKH,

How hard were you driving your M5 when you were using the M1 0w-40? This is my oil of choice and I'm shooting for 5000 mi oil changes under spirited driving (at least once a day at 6K rpm and between 3K-4K rpm under most driving). If your results are good at 10,000 mi and you drove the beast hard then we may have found a nice oil to use.

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M5CCIE - Mostly extended freeway and highway driving (60 mile one-way trips regularly) and about 25% in-town stuff. No track days but on hard throttle regularly. My oil always gets a chance to get hot, so as long as it 's not too hot (which is never for this kind of driving) the kind of mileage I put on the car does not deplete the additives quickly.

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M5CCIE - Mostly extended freeway and highway driving (60 mile one-way trips regularly) and about 25% in-town stuff. No track days but on hard throttle regularly. My oil always gets a chance to get hot, so as long as it 's not too hot (which is never for this kind of driving) the kind of mileage I put on the car does not deplete the additives quickly.
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you guys care about UOA for a 2005 Toyota 4runner with Castrol Syntec 0W-30?

Thats all i got to offer...

Im in the highspeed aluminum business
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you guys care about UOA for a 2005 Toyota 4runner with Castrol Syntec 0W-30?
Well I'm curious if it was a good UOA.

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New Oil Analysis Mobil 1 5w30 Extended Perf

My first blackstone report. Note slight elevated copper levels. Have switched to LiquiMoly 10w60...
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