Originally Posted by subi400
Thanks for the info
With the city driving that I am doing right now and the supertech hm 10w40 not having a bunch of additives
I don't want to go too long and have issues with too much fuel dilution since the oil won't handle it as well as a more robust oil would.
Probably going to go 2k miles then send in a sample for an oil analysis and go from there then switch over to valvoline maxllife hm 10w40 for a couple of oil changes. Will post my findings here.
If you're referring to this VOA
, I believe that it may be incorrect. Note the info that was posted by motorguy from Wal-Mart's oil supplier, WPP. I've seen Blackstone results on Rotella T6 where ZDDP was lower than a Resource Conserving 5W-30. Not! I didn't look up any Valvoline uoa's to see if the additive packs where comparable like some there were saying.
Also, the viscosity should be robust enough to handle some fuel dilution.