2018 F150-5.0V8 Kendall GT-1 5W30 9910 miles

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509
Location
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Code:
Unit mi.
    3020   9050  17495 27190 37100
Oil mi:
    3020   6030   8445  9695  9910
Fe    29     15     13    10    11
Cr     1      0      0     0     1
Ni     1      0      0     0     0
Al     4      3      3     3     5
Cu    29      7      2     1     2     
Pb     1     0       0     0     0
Sn     0     0       0     1     0
Cd     0      0     0      0     0
Ag     0      0     0      0     0
V      0      0     0      0     0
Si    37     18    12     16    16
Na    10      3     3      2     3
K     14      4     0      1     0
Ti     0     94    97    100   100
Mo    70     21    17     16    17
Sb     0      0     0      0     0
Mn    17      6     4      3     4
Li     0      0     0      0     0
B    164     68    46     36    39
Mg    12     12    14     10    11
Ca  2051   2425  2397   2556  2489
Ba     1      0     0      0     0
P    687    739   720    734   715
Zn   751    834   789    854   822
Fuel% <1    3.1   <.1    3.1   1.5
Soot <.1    <.1   <.1    <.1   <.1
Water<.1    <.1   <.1    <.1   <.1

Vis100c 7.3 6.7   7.3    8.8   9.0

IOLM at 0%. Semi synthetic blend oil and a Motorcraft filter were used. Two things happened this cycle: the dealer reflashed the ECU to address several updates and the truck was parked through the coldest part of the winter. I don't know if either one is responsible for the decrease in fuel dilution. The first three numbers are from 5W20 and the last two are 5W30. The next UOA will be for the new Kendall SN plus which no longer uses Ti. The truck has occasional LSPI.
 
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Location
The Garden State
Code:
Unit mi.
    3020   9050  17495 27190 37100
Oil mi:
    3020   6030   8445  9695  9910
Fe    29     15     13    10    11
Cr     1      0      0     0     1
Ni     1      0      0     0     0
Al     4      3      3     3     5
Cu    29      7      2     1     2    
Pb     1     0       0     0     0
Sn     0     0       0     1     0
Cd     0      0     0      0     0
Ag     0      0     0      0     0
V      0      0     0      0     0
Si    37     18    12     16    16
Na    10      3     3      2     3
K     14      4     0      1     0
Ti     0     94    97    100   100
Mo    70     21    17     16    17
Sb     0      0     0      0     0
Mn    17      6     4      3     4
Li     0      0     0      0     0
B    164     68    46     36    39
Mg    12     12    14     10    11
Ca  2051   2425  2397   2556  2489
Ba     1      0     0      0     0
P    687    739   720    734   715
Zn   751    834   789    854   822
Fuel% <1    3.1   <.1    3.1   1.5
Soot <.1    <.1   <.1    <.1   <.1
Water<.1    <.1   <.1    <.1   <.1

Vis100c 7.3 6.7   7.3    8.8   9.0

IOLM at 0%. Semi synthetic blend oil and a Motorcraft filter were used. Two things happened this cycle: the dealer reflashed the ECU to address several updates and the truck was parked through the coldest part of the winter. I don't know if either one is responsible for the decrease in fuel dilution. The first three numbers are from 5W20 and the last two are 5W30. The next UOA will be for the new Kendall SN plus which no longer uses Ti. The truck has occasional LSPI.

Your 8 cylinder non turbo engine should not suffer from LSPI. That seems to affect small displacement 4 cylinder engines that have DI and are Turbo. Perhaps you have plain old engine knock or pinging, not as fatal as LSPI.

Whimsey
 

AITG

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Your 8 cylinder non turbo engine should not suffer from LSPI. That seems to affect small displacement 4 cylinder engines that have DI and are Turbo. Perhaps you have plain old engine knock or pinging, not as fatal as LSPI.

Whimsey
#1. This engine has 16 injectors, not the earlier 8. #2. Ford has a service bulletin re: the subject.
 
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