Pour Point of QSUD 10W30

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Lets not rule out a typo but interesting all the same. And to soil the thread further one testing source claims the 0w20 weight gives more wear protection than the 5w20 QSUD.......... horse
 
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Do beware of typos, but the real issue is not to worry about pour point, but the actual cold cranking and MRV numbers. RP's 15w-40 had a pour point of something like -45 C. That doesn't mean it's a good idea to use it at that temperature, though.
 
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