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Old 11-02-2017, 07:48 PM   #3251
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Been a big fan of the M1 ESP 5w30. In fact, it has been the only oil to grace the engine since the factory fill.

The car is now at 53K, on FF E62 pushing 350/350 at the wheels. I'm well outside of warranty, and was thinking of switching to a slightly thicker oil.

I was thinking about M1 0W40 Euro, because I also stock it for my Cayman. Then realized that I haven't had any apparent valve deposit issues. I assume this is because of the low SAPS formulation for ESP.

A bit of digging and discovered the VW 502/505 and 504/507 are the approvals for FSI engines. With 504/507 superceeding 502/505. I was trying to find a 504/507 approved oil that is low SAPS 0W40 or 5W40. There does not seem to be much.


Anyone try Castrol Edge? There appears to be two versions, 0W40 A3/B3 and just 0W40. The 0W40 appears to be low SAPS.

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0W40 A3/B3
https://msdspds.castrol.com/bpglis/FusionPDS.nsf/Files/31DA5E6516A53B5980257DFE001321F3/$File/BPXE-9UG2EM.pdf
0W40
https://msdspds.castrol.com/bpglis/FusionPDS.nsf/Files/E0076647793EFC7B80257EAF002CAC93/$File/BPXE-A2A2UV.pdf
5W40 for Turbo Diesel
https://msdspds.castrol.com/bpglis/FusionPDS.nsf/Files/88FB7D0788A68F2580257E2D004F5207/$File/BPXE-9VX5VU.pdf
5W40 Edge Professional
https://msdspds.castrol.com/bpglis/FusionPDS.nsf/Files/66287D06E59789648025819A0052E86B/$File/BPXE-A95RPW.pdf

Funny, I just bought Castrol 0w40 for my next change. Went to the garage to see what mine is and it says A3/B4. It was $25.00 at Wally World for 5 gal. Last change I drained the car only to find both 5 gal. jugs in the garage had dirty oil (I drain directly into them). Hopped on the scooter and rode to Wal Mart and they were out of Mobil1 5w30 regular so I went with 0w40 Mobil1. I don't like the calcium being so high and Dennis (Blue Subie) seems to like the Castrol so I bought that this time. Will do an analysis but I haven't even put it in yet.
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Old 11-02-2017, 08:36 PM   #3252
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How did you determine you don't have any valve deposit issues? Did you check them with a scope or something?
Nope. I don't have the typical symptoms, misfire, rough idle, or knocking. I imagine if I checked, I'd see some decent looking valves. Its not a direct observations but an inferred based on what I'd expect to be happening with the engine if I had 53K miles worth of valve deposit buildup.

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Castrol Edge 5W40 Professional is what many Audi dealers have switched to even in applications that call for high SAPS VW502. Maybe you can try a VW/Audi specialty shop.

FWIW, the Castrol SLX Professional 5W40 still used by Subaru Japan appears to be the high SAPS version.

https://www.subaru.jp/accessory/engi...miumoil02.html

Boggie - The Castrol 0W40 data sheet is from Castrol Oz 2015 and I'm unable to find the latest US one. Even though it's still meets ACEA A3/B4 and related manufacturer specs, I would expect Sulphated Ash to be a bit better due to lower ZDDP. Castrol has also been reducing calcium for a while now due to LSPI.

Latest VOA on Edge 0W40:

https://bobistheoilguy.com/forums/ub..._with_Ti_-_0w4
Given that sourcing may be difficult for some of the other 0w40 options. I think the easiest bet is the 5w40 Pro. I tried digging around for some VOAs but wouldn't come up with any.

Have you come across any??

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Funny, I just bought Castrol 0w40 for my next change. Went to the garage to see what mine is and it says A3/B4. It was $25.00 at Wally World for 5 gal. Last change I drained the car only to find both 5 gal. jugs in the garage had dirty oil (I drain directly into them). Hopped on the scooter and rode to Wal Mart and they were out of Mobil1 5w30 regular so I went with 0w40 Mobil1. I don't like the calcium being so high and Dennis (Blue Subie) seems to like the Castrol so I bought that this time. Will do an analysis but I haven't even put it in yet.
Yes I think the A3/B4 version can be readily found. The other 0w40 might not be available state side. From what I can tell, it appears to be available in the UK/AU and some other countries. If you look at the datasheet, it shows that ASH is closer to that of M1 ESP.

The goal for all of this was to find something similar to M1 ESP, slightly more viscous, and at a cheaper cost. In the last 3 years I've purchased 3-4 cases of M1 ESP and my supply is finally starting to run out. My cost per liter was under 9 dollars. Thus far, I can't find something that meets all the criteria.
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Old 11-02-2017, 08:36 PM   #3253
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Funny, I just bought Castrol 0w40 for my next change. Went to the garage to see what mine is and it says A3/B4. It was $25.00 at Wally World for 5 gal. Last change I drained the car only to find both 5 gal. jugs in the garage had dirty oil (I drain directly into them). Hopped on the scooter and rode to Wal Mart and they were out of Mobil1 5w30 regular so I went with 0w40 Mobil1. I don't like the calcium being so high and Dennis (Blue Subie) seems to like the Castrol so I bought that this time. Will do an analysis but I haven't even put it in yet.
this one was a castrol 0W30 euro/castrol 0W40 mix. they are nearly identical oils with the 0W40 being a little thicker. about a 3,000 mile run, but the car was still pretty new and i do not baby it at all. it sees peak boost many times per day.

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Old 11-22-2017, 06:55 PM   #3254
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This is my first UOA. It's on Pennzoil Ultra Platinum 5w30. Car had 11,500 miles on it. They say the copper is too high(166). Not sure what to do but wait and see what happens. I've already bought new 5w40 oil for my next oil change since the car is making a lot more power now than stock. Motor is stock with bolt-ons and running on e50.


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Old 11-22-2017, 07:07 PM   #3255
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Old 11-22-2017, 07:49 PM   #3256
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Old 11-22-2017, 11:02 PM   #3257
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This is my first UOA. It's on Pennzoil Ultra Platinum 5w30. Car had 11,500 miles on it. They say the copper is too high(166). Not sure what to do but wait and see what happens. I've already bought new 5w40 oil for my next oil change since the car is making a lot more power now than stock. Motor is stock with bolt-ons and running on e50.
There are a few reports on here of high copper with PUP but nobody seems to have seen an issue with it. I've used PUP in my '17 WRX (stock) since it's first oil change at 3400 miles, and copper started high but has been trending down. Do you know what oil your car had in it before the PUP?
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Old 11-22-2017, 11:09 PM   #3258
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There are a few reports on here of high copper with PUP but nobody seems to have seen an issue with it. I've used PUP in my '17 WRX (stock) since it's first oil change at 3400 miles, and copper started high but has been trending down. Do you know what oil your car had in it before the PUP?
Before PUP it had the Subaru synthetic oil in it. I've got Motul 5w40 ready to go in it on the next oil change but I just changed it a couple weeks ago with PUP again. So I want to get at least a couple thousand miles out it before I change it again.
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Old 11-24-2017, 09:19 AM   #3259
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Before PUP it had the Subaru synthetic oil in it. I've got Motul 5w40 ready to go in it on the next oil change but I just changed it a couple weeks ago with PUP again. So I want to get at least a couple thousand miles out it before I change it again.


Wow, that's some thin NASCAR qualifying oil you've got in there. I would've gone with Motul at this oil change. Pennzoil 0W40 would've been a good choice as well.

I've mentioned it many times before but the best insight on copper would probably be provided by a professional uoa interpretation by someone like Terry Dyson. Several theories here and perhaps on bitog, but you can do a dozen uoa's using BS or OAI and may never get an answer.
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Old 11-24-2017, 10:54 AM   #3260
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Wow, that's some thin NASCAR qualifying oil you've got in there. I would've gone with Motul at this oil change. Pennzoil 0W40 would've been a good choice as well.

I've mentioned it many times before but the best insight on copper would probably be provided by a professional uoa interpretation by someone like Terry Dyson. Several theories here and perhaps on bitog, but you can do a dozen uoa's using BS or OAI and may never get an answer.
Okay, I'm going to put the Motul in it and run that for 3000 and then send it to Dyson to get an analysis.

Thanks!
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Old 11-28-2017, 12:52 PM   #3261
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I've been using M1 ESP 5W30 for the past 55K miles. The only oil to grace the engine since the factory fill. It has been a great oil, although TBN seem to drop fast. In any case, I've been beating on the car more and more, and with the rise in oil temp I can hear the lifters get louder and louder as the oil viscosity drops.

I've been hunting for a slightly more viscous oil, something that will stay a bit more viscous as the temps go out. Originally I wanted to use something spec by VW due to the deposits; one of the main reasons why I picked M1 ESP 5W30. The problem was the oil I found, Castrol Professional OE 5W40 is damn expensive. Even more expensive than M1 ESP.

Enter my new discovery, Castrol Edge 5W40.

From what I can tell, it is the exact same oil. My suspicion is that the Professional OE oil is simply marked up due to the green UV dye they use.

EDGE 5W40 -
PSDS: https://msdspds.castrol.com/bpglis/FusionPDS.nsf/Files/E13A9F271142244680257FAA0072394D/$File/BPXE-AA5D4U.pdf
Safety DS: https://msdspds.castrol.com/ussds/amersdsf.nsf/Files/1A5D2D71523AFA71802581B5005281BF/$File/11277897.pdf

Professional OE 5W40-
PSDS: https://msdspds.castrol.com/bpglis/FusionPDS.nsf/Files/B3C82F33FE44B03E80257F8E006D0F0D/$File/BPXE-A9VF5G.pdf
Safety DS: https://msdspds.castrol.com/ussds/amersdsf.nsf/Files/551FECB01E6EBA39802581B50052835E/$File/11277899.pdf

Either way, I bought 48 quarts of this oil. I'll test the oil per usual and post my results!

Oh and advanced auto parts has this oil @ 6.29 a quart. Not sure how long that price is going to last though.
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Old 11-28-2017, 01:55 PM   #3262
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I have a new 2017 wrx with about 2k on the dash. been researching a lot on this thread.

I have no mods, plan to do AP in the future (1-2 months) and a TBE in a year or so. Mostly commute, highway driving, and spirited drives on the weekend.

General consensus looks like -
Rotella t6 for modded DIT enginges,
M1 ESP, and PUP for more stock engines.

Is there anything a bit more cost effective? And if I run t6 although the car is not stock, will I run into any problems? Ive read most of the UOAs on t6, and I don't see anything too concerning. its just that t6 is pretty cheap around me, and m1 esp and pup are not.
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Old 11-28-2017, 08:01 PM   #3263
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I've been using M1 ESP 5W30 for the past 55K miles. The only oil to grace the engine since the factory fill. It has been a great oil, although TBN seem to drop fast. In any case, I've been beating on the car more and more, and with the rise in oil temp I can hear the lifters get louder and louder as the oil viscosity drops.

I've been hunting for a slightly more viscous oil, something that will stay a bit more viscous as the temps go out. Originally I wanted to use something spec by VW due to the deposits; one of the main reasons why I picked M1 ESP 5W30. The problem was the oil I found, Castrol Professional OE 5W40 is damn expensive. Even more expensive than M1 ESP.

Enter my new discovery, Castrol Edge 5W40.

From what I can tell, it is the exact same oil. My suspicion is that the Professional OE oil is simply marked up due to the green UV dye they use.

EDGE 5W40 -
PSDS: https://msdspds.castrol.com/bpglis/FusionPDS.nsf/Files/E13A9F271142244680257FAA0072394D/$File/BPXE-AA5D4U.pdf
Safety DS: https://msdspds.castrol.com/ussds/amersdsf.nsf/Files/1A5D2D71523AFA71802581B5005281BF/$File/11277897.pdf

Professional OE 5W40-
PSDS: https://msdspds.castrol.com/bpglis/FusionPDS.nsf/Files/B3C82F33FE44B03E80257F8E006D0F0D/$File/BPXE-A9VF5G.pdf
Safety DS: https://msdspds.castrol.com/ussds/amersdsf.nsf/Files/551FECB01E6EBA39802581B50052835E/$File/11277899.pdf

Either way, I bought 48 quarts of this oil. I'll test the oil per usual and post my results!

Oh and advanced auto parts has this oil @ 6.29 a quart. Not sure how long that price is going to last though.


In a rush now but ESP meets the low SAPS Euro specs while Castrol 5W40 meets high SAPS specs.

Mobil 1 ESP Formula 5W-30 has the following builder approvals:
BMW Longlife 04
MB-Approval 229.31
MB-Approval 229.51
Volkswagen (Gasoline/Diesel) 504 00/507 00
Porsche C30
Chrysler MS-11106
Peugeot/CitroŽn Automobiles B71 2290/B71 2297
GM dexos 2

The HTHS is very close between the two and high SAPS will always have a higher TBN. FWIW, Castrol Pro OE is the Subaru Japan oil.
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Old 11-28-2017, 11:13 PM   #3264
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In a rush now but ESP meets the low SAPS Euro specs while Castrol 5W40 meets high SAPS specs.

Mobil 1 ESP Formula 5W-30 has the following builder approvals:
BMW Longlife 04
MB-Approval 229.31
MB-Approval 229.51
Volkswagen (Gasoline/Diesel) 504 00/507 00
Porsche C30
Chrysler MS-11106
Peugeot/CitroŽn Automobiles B71 2290/B71 2297
GM dexos 2

The HTHS is very close between the two and high SAPS will always have a higher TBN. FWIW, Castrol Pro OE is the Subaru Japan oil.
There is a turbo diesel version too. https://msdspds.castrol.com/bpglis/FusionPDS.nsf/Files/88FB7D0788A68F2580257E2D004F5207/$File/BPXE-9VX5VU.pdf

This may be a better alternative than the Edge 5w40.
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Old 11-29-2017, 05:10 PM   #3265
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This is my first oil analysis, 3rd oil change all done all with OEM 5w30 at a dealership with 15,826KM on the engine at the time of analysis. No mods done other than a Nameless Axleback muffler delete.

I have a crate of Motul 8100 ECO-Lite 5w30 coming in so I will be using those for a while. Just flash to Stage1 91 v302 this morning since all looks good.
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This is my first oil analysis, 3rd oil change all done all with OEM 5w30 at a dealership with 15,826KM on the engine at the time of analysis. No mods done other than a Nameless Axleback muffler delete.

I have a crate of Motul 8100 ECO-Lite 5w30 coming in so I will be using those for a while. Just flash to Stage1 91 v302 this morning since all looks good.
That oil looks a lot like Mobil 1 5w 30?
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That oil looks a lot like Mobil 1 5w 30?
This oil came from Wolfe Subaru on Boundary in Vancouver when I was on a road trip. I'll double check the service log once I get home to see if it says what oil was used but I believe it should still be the generic Subaru 5w30.
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Has anyone looked at the new Rotella T6 Multivehicle 5W30? It meets API-SN (no mention of and i really doubt it is resource conserving given the intended application) and CK-4 requirements... I assume a high TBN close to the limit of CK-4 (TBN <=10.0). I cannot find a detailed Product Data sheet so I cannot find any 3 ball wear tests or any specific viscosity info. Just curious more than anything at this time...

If anyone has any info or oil tests I would appreciate it!

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Has anyone looked at the new Rotella T6 Multivehicle 5W30? It meets API-SN (no mention of and i really doubt it is resource conserving given the intended application) and CK-4 requirements... I assume a high TBN close to the limit of CK-4 (TBN <=10.0). I cannot find a detailed Product Data sheet so I cannot find any 3 ball wear tests or any specific viscosity info. Just curious more than anything at this time...

If anyone has any info or oil tests I would appreciate it!


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Old 12-01-2017, 11:30 AM   #3270
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Both NAPA and O'Reilly Auto Parts have 1 gallon for ~$29 on their respective websites.

I think I'll switch to this on the next oil change interval from M1 ESP 5w30 - this is roughly half the cost. Datasheet says API SN (my thought is that it can't be resource conserving due to high HTHS). Starting viscosity, viscosity index are similar to M1 ESP. TBN is 11.0 mgKOH/g. I don't know what the SAPS content is, but if you look at the standards on the Lubrizol relative performance tool, the standards it meets dictate Sulphated Ash < 1.0% (M1 ESP is 0.6%). HTHS is not listed on the product datasheet, but the standards it meets dictate it must be > 3.5 (M1 ESP is 3.58). What are the drawbacks to running this vs M1 ESP?
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Both NAPA and O'Reilly Auto Parts have 1 gallon for ~$29 on their respective websites.

I think I'll switch to this on the next oil change interval from M1 ESP 5w30 - this is roughly half the cost. Datasheet says API SN (my thought is that it can't be resource conserving due to high HTHS). Starting viscosity, viscosity index are similar to M1 ESP. TBN is 11.0 mgKOH/g. I don't know what the SAPS content is, but if you look at the standards on the Lubrizol relative performance tool, the standards it meets dictate Sulphated Ash < 1.0% (M1 ESP is 0.6%). HTHS is not listed on the product datasheet, but the standards it meets dictate it must be > 3.5 (M1 ESP is 3.58). What are the drawbacks to running this vs M1 ESP?


No drawbacks other than SA. Although I wouldn't be too concerned with Subaru Japan still allowing high SAPS Euro oils in the FA20 (for now). MB228.51 is an impressive spec if you check out the Lubrizol RPT.

Buy a bottle and send in a sample for a VOA.
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Old 12-02-2017, 11:47 AM   #3272
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This is my first oil analysis, 3rd oil change all done all with OEM 5w30 at a dealership with 15,826KM on the engine at the time of analysis. No mods done other than a Nameless Axleback muffler delete.



I have a crate of Motul 8100 ECO-Lite 5w30 coming in so I will be using those for a while. Just flash to Stage1 91 v302 this morning since all looks good.

Just flash to Stage 1 IS a mod. I'd probably go with a more robust Motul since you're now modded.
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Old 12-02-2017, 01:13 PM   #3273
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Just flash to Stage 1 IS a mod. I'd probably go with a more robust Motul since you're now modded.
Sorry for the confusion, this oil analysis is with the stock tune. I flashed Stage1 after I got this analysis back.
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