I need some help....which conventional 5W-30 has the most molybdenum in it? I've got a new Honda Civic Si and it is my understanding that the factory fill is loaded with moly. I've been instructed not to change the factory fill until the OLM is down to about 15%. The vehicle only has 1,000 miles on it and has used almost a quart of oil....when I top it off I would like to fill it with a conventional oil with a high moly content until I change it. It more than likely will not go to 15%. I would prefer to change it in the 4-5k mile range. I've looked at the older VOA's from 2005 and it shows that Chevron Supreme 5W-30 has a decent amount of moly in it. Is that the case today or is their something better...remember...conventional oil I can get off the shelf somewhere. Thanks!