The Mazda 5 in the sig was lubed with Ridgeline 0w20. 140k mile service.2013 Mazda 6 at 130k miles.
Also drained and filled the trans ~3qt.
Shop put in Ridgeline 0w20. Previous oil changes on our cars were Thrive for the longest time and then a brief foray into Cam2. Now it is Ridgeline. I really need to read my shop slips at the shop so I can ask why things are changing like this. The data sheet looks decent, much like Cam2 and Thrive were. Lots of info on that sheet, too. Some brands only put a few lines of data.
2017 Ford Escape, 2.0L Ecoboost2017 Ford Escape, 2.0L Ecoboost
Odo at change: 126,282
Out: 4qt Delvac 1300 15w40 +1 qt M1 EPHM 5w-20 + 1 qt SuperTech SAE 30 HD (SN+)
OCI Hours: ~120
OCI Miles: 126,282 - 121,572 = 4,710
Off: Fram XG3600
Hours on filter: 120
Miles on filter: 4,710
In: 6qt of pre-blend (5qt QSE 5w-40, 1qt ETO2380, 1qt Traveller SAE 40)
On: Fram PH3600
Oil changed at Walmart. They removed the drainplug to drain; unsure of total quantity drained and can't give feedback on dilution level.
Dipstick reads at the top of hash marks.
Curious as to why the turbine oil. I went back through your posts and didn't see a reason there.2017 Ford Escape, 2.0L Ecoboost
Odo at change: 134,149
Out: 6qt of pre-blend (5qt QSE 5w-40, 1qt ETO2380, 1qt Traveller SAE 40)
OCI Hours: 199
OCI Miles: 134,149 - 126,282 = 7,867
Off: Fram PH3600
Hours on filter: 199
Miles on filter: 7,867
In: QSAD 5w-30 API SP
On: Fram XG3600
Good notes: The oil level stayed at the top of the hash marks the whole OCI--no rising dipstick anymore. No oil burning either.
Oil changed at Walmart. They removed the drainplug to drain. After draining, they then told me they couldn't use the oil I brought because it came in an opened container. After a little back and forth between their liabilities (of which they didn't want to release any liabilities over to me,) they agreed to just put in QSAD 5w-30 at a pit crew rate. The oil nut in me was sad, but I really shouldn't complain about it. Starting plan is to take this out to 100 hours.
Yeah, I'd agree however 1/2 q isn't TOO bad, right - seems ok for 5k+2017 Hyundai Elantra 2.0. 41,000 on car. 5,500 Miles on oil.
In: QS Syn Blend Dealer Bulk 5w20 and OEM Oil Filter
Out: QS Syn Blend Dealer Bulk 5w30 and OEM Oil Filter
Seems the dealer switched to 5w20. This past OCI the car used about 1/2 a quart which I found unusual.
Cleaning the rings and dissolving varnish. This drain was of one of my first blends trying it out. Since then, I try to keep the vol% less than 10 now, however which way I end up blending it. Feel free to DM me if you care to know more about this rabbit trail.Curious as to why the turbine oil. I went back through your posts and didn't see a reason there.
Is it to clean the rings or just because it was in your garage and added to your mix?
2018 GMC Yukon XL
Out: unknown oil, AcDelco PF63E filter
In: Shell Rotella T6 multi vehicle 5w30, Napa Gold 100255 filter
On what, the previous fill or the Rotella? It's not my truck, belongs to a customer.U.O.A. ?
That is better than the Wifes 2018 F350 4X4 gets with the 6.2 gas engine .So far so good. Got plenty of torque for day to day commuting and occasional travel trailer towing. Btw, I get 16.5 mpg on Hwy driving and almost 10 mpg while towing. The towing mpg is the same as my previous Ecoboost F150.