Neither.Oil analysis of Redline oil shows it has up to 5 times the Moly content of other brand name oils. Is this a blessing or curse?
Right, the moly trimer is the latest state of the art.There's many more moly-based additives out there than just MoDTC. The oil I posted above is a blend of multiple moly-based additive all working in synergy with each other. Most oils that contain high amounts of moly (300+ ppm) are using a blend of multiple moly-based additives, not just one additive.
Right, the moly trimer is the latest state of the art.
I'm not sure I have seen anything showing the benefits of multiple types being employed. Do you have a reference to that?
Just because a formulator does it and claims it does not make it so.
The article you posted is contradicting this.Also, all MoDTC is trimer. What you're referring to is tri-nuclear which isn't the same thing. It's not that new or state of the art. It's been around a couple of decades.