So if I want the old school one that Toyota uses which brand do you recommend with the same high content of 700ppm?There are different forms of molybdenum. You cannot just go by ppm numbers.
Oil Soluble Friction Reducers (FM’s) and Anti-Wear Additives (AW’s) (with an emphasis on Friction Modifiers) by MoleKule* Oil soluble friction modifiers – once called friction reducers – have been used many years by the lubricant industry. Many products made use of friction reducers: – Automatic...bobistheoilguy.com
So if I want the old school one that Toyota uses which brand do you recommend with the same high content of 700ppm?
I sure wish Toyota just made a 5W30 synthetic in the US.
Seen the VOA's postedWhy did you think those 2 specific oils would have more?
You linked Toyota and Redline.Seen the VOA's posted
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Yup. GF6/SP changed quite a bit in relative terms from the oils of yesteryear. They got Kendall to take out titanium out of their GT-1 Max. /squintMany of these reports are old and may have changed with the recent reformulating to GF6/SP. So moly counts may not be accurate until we see newer analysis reports.