Very impressive. What viscosity did this start with? I think this is supposed to be higher than MTL, but could be wrong.
It starts out at about 15 cSt kinetic viscosity at 100C.
It "sheared-down" to 11.5 cSt (slightly below that of Redline's MT-85 offering), a loss of about 4 cSt.
Good wear readings for 54k.
If you ever have shifting problems in cold weather you could go down in viscosity to the Redline MT-85 without any loss in wear protection.
My bed is where I suddenly remember all the things I was supposed to do today.