I plan on driving my 2016 Honda CR-V for a very long time, and in the past saw here on BITOG a post about someone who used Liquid Molly added to every other oil change in his many OPE and had many OPE with a lot of hours on them and no problems. And therefore have been thinking about adding some to the oil in my Honda 2.4 L direct injected gas normally aspirated engine. However even though it is not turbo charged, it is a fairly high compression engine and ran very lean, so I am still somewhat concerned about being sure to not use any additive that may promote LSPI 1) The reason I ask is because I was wondering if Moly is one of the additives that are being left out of Dexos 1 Generation 2 oil because it may cause LSPI? I do not know the answer to this. 2) Is Liquid Moly (I assume it is actually short for Molybdenum) safe to use in the oil of my 2.4 L engine? 3) For others who have TCDI (turbo charged direct injected) gas engines, is it safe to use in the oil. 4) How much (preferably in ml, I have 100 ml graduated cylinders) should I add to a 4.5 quart sump, if it is safe to use? 5) If it is OK to use, should I use it every oil change, or only every other? BTW, I have added 4.5 mL of RedLine SL-1 per gallon of gasoline before each fill up since I bought this vehicle to keep the injectors clean, and also it is an upper cylinder lubricant, and probably a good lube for the fuel pumps. The SL-1 bottle use to say recommended dose of 4.5 ml per gallon, but it no longer says that. I read somewhere that the upper cylinder lube properties of SL-1 improve gas millage enough to pay for the cost of buying it. And it has a lot of PEA that should keep the injectors clean. Besides cost, the downside of using it is that it is very hydroscopic, I store a plastic 100 ml graduated cylinder upside down in several plastic bags and SL-1 attracts moisture out of the air enough that a mix of water and SL-1 from the little that remains in the cylinder builds up in the plastic bags. And it is very slippery to get on your hands, so it is a good idea to wear disposable gloves. Thanks for any replies.