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#3329945 - 04/01/14 06:21 AM Re: QSUD or Castrol Edge (5W-30) [Re: Swift101]
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http://www.mobil.com/USA-English-LCW/carengineoils_mobil-super-warranty.aspx

I think that from here on out, I will go with Mobil Super Synthetic. It's cheaper, Dexos Certified and offers a nice guarantee (see above). Since we cannot go past 5K miles per oci and it is guaranteed up 7500, I'm confident it will do the job just fine. As i said earlier though, you cannot go wrong with any of your selections either.


Edited by wemay (04/01/14 06:23 AM)
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#3330038 - 04/01/14 08:04 AM Re: QSUD or Castrol Edge (5W-30) [Re: wemay]
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Now that you mention it, Mobil Super Synthetic isn't a bad idea, I may give it a shot in the future.
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#3330102 - 04/01/14 09:02 AM Re: QSUD or Castrol Edge (5W-30) [Re: Swift101]
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I know this is slightly off topic but has anyone seen Castrol Edge 5W-40 at Walmart??
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#3330271 - 04/01/14 11:57 AM Re: QSUD or Castrol Edge (5W-30) [Re: Swift101]
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Not sure I have, but 0w40 for sure.


Edited by wemay (04/01/14 11:58 AM)
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#3330326 - 04/01/14 01:04 PM Re: QSUD or Castrol Edge (5W-30) [Re: Swift101]
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The only downside as I see it to MSS is that it's pretty much an auto parts store oil. So you need to watch for OCI specials to get it at reasonable pricing.

If it sat on the shelf at Wally's I'd suspect it would be extremely popular here, like QSUD is.
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#3330331 - 04/01/14 01:07 PM Re: QSUD or Castrol Edge (5W-30) [Re: wemay]
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Originally Posted By: wemay
Not sure I have, but 0w40 for sure.


I wish the manual allowed for that grade , M1 0W-40 is an excellent oil. I've seen many UOAs of turbo engines shearing 5W-30 to a 20 weight after just 4k miles.

In theory a 40 weight would last longer, as long as duel dilution isn't bad.
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#3330527 - 04/01/14 04:20 PM Re: QSUD or Castrol Edge (5W-30) [Re: Swift101]
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Originally Posted By: Swift101
Originally Posted By: wemay
Not sure I have, but 0w40 for sure.


I wish the manual allowed for that grade , M1 0W-40 is an excellent oil. I've seen many UOAs of turbo engines shearing 5W-30 to a 20 weight after just 4k miles.

In theory a 40 weight would last longer, as long as duel dilution isn't bad.


I agree with the 0w40 sentiment but am now of the opinion that it really doesnt matter what oil is used, dilution will occur with any of them. Based on this, I might also use a low saps blend like MSHM if MSS isnt available. At our low oci, we dont really the benefits of a syn, unless spanking great deals can be had. As long as my oil meets Hyundai requirements.


Edited by wemay (04/01/14 04:27 PM)
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#3330534 - 04/01/14 04:29 PM Re: QSUD or Castrol Edge (5W-30) [Re: KCJeep]
wemay Offline


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Originally Posted By: KCJeep
The only downside as I see it to MSS is that it's pretty much an auto parts store oil. So you need to watch for OCI specials to get it at reasonable pricing.

If it sat on the shelf at Wally's I'd suspect it would be extremely popular here, like QSUD is.


That is an excellent point!
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#3330821 - 04/01/14 09:25 PM Re: QSUD or Castrol Edge (5W-30) [Re: Swift101]
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Registered: 12/08/12
Posts: 59
Loc: nebraska
I pick up QSUD at Menards on sale with a MIR for $2.99 per quart. I run it in my 2007 5.4 F-150 Screw. It currently has 150,000 miles on it with no complaints.

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