"Many "Racing" synthetic brands are ok for short term protection and reducing drag but many are moly based (contain molybdenum or aluminum disulfides - extreme pressure additive) which do not react well with moisture and must be changed frequently (not meant for motor oils). Oils containing "Moly" are especially corrosive to copper. These oils often contain a copper deactivator that will temporally protect the bearings but this combination quickly decomposes at relatively low temperatures and is totally useless in as little as 3000 miles. They may also leave a graphite like residue which will quickly clog filters and other passages. Their chemistry philosophies do not have long term equipment protection in mind. These oils have recently been banned by Cummins. (Cummins Engine Oil Recommendations, Bulletin No. 3810340-02) Honda Motorcycles also recommend avoiding Moly based synthetic oils." Is this the other Moly?