I'm a long term lurker of the forums. Bought this car recently with the intent of following the OLM, but got worried seeing all the talk about fuel dilution and D.I. engines, especially after I smelled fuel on the dipstick. Looks like the fuel smell was fluke based on a short trip and cold weather. It's encouraging to see that fuel dilution isn't an issue at all with this engine. Aluminium: 4 Chromium: 1 Iron: 12 Copper: 5 Lead: 0 Tin: 0 Moly: 212 Nickel: 0 Manganese: 2 Silver: 0 Titanium: 0 Potassium: 3 Boron: 90 Silicon: 67 Sodium: 3 Calcium: 2454 Magnesium: 8 Phosphorous: 748 Zinc: 868 Barium: 0 SUS Viscosity @ 210 F: 51.1 cSt Viscosity @ 100 C: 7.62 Flashpoint in F: 395 Fuel %: <0.5 Antifreeze %: 0.0 Insolubles %: 0.3 TBN 5.4 Comments: You mentioned smelling fuel in the oil, but we didn't find any measurable fuel present in the sample. We measure fuel using the flashpoint, and it read right where it should here. The only mark was for high silicon, but since this engine is still pretty new, it's probably just residual from silicone sealers and sand-casted parts. We expect it to decrease over the next couple of oil changes. Wear metals look good -- the universal averages show typical wear after about 4,600 km of oil use. The TBN was strong at 5.4. Leave this oil in place another 2,000 km and resample.