Supertech additive chemistries

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I emailed Warren Distribution about the discrepancies in additive chemistries between what the data sheets for Supertech High Mileage state for additives, and what PQIA's VOA shows. The data sheets show high calcium and boron. PQIA shows modest calcium and high sodium. According to Dietz Brock at Warren Distribution the additives used at the Iowa plant and the West Virginia plant are different, but meet the same certifications. A WPP product does have different additive chemistry than a WNE product. We in the Northeast get the WNE product with the calcium and sodium additive package that is bottled in the West Virginia plant.
 
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I used to be a super tech fan until I used their mercon V in a car they listed as being suitable for it on the bottle. Prior to its use I did a simple d&f every 18K Miles. Only installed 2.5 quarts and it caused my 70K mile transmission to slip. Their q/c is less than ideal IMO and the cost savings are small.
 
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