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2016 Fiesta 1.0 5400mi OCI #4674637
02/22/18 04:29 PM
02/22/18 04:29 PM
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Fredericksburg, VA
Pepsibottle1 Offline OP
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Short run to establish baseline. Eneos 5w20. I suspected dilution and thinning of oil but all is well. Next OCI is on 0w30 M1.



1988 GMC S15 Jimmy 4.3
1988 Honda Prelude Si 4WS
2000 Ford Contour SVT
2016 Ford Fiesta 1.0 Ecoboost
Service writer, parts counter and car enthusiast extraordinaire.
Re: 2016 Fiesta 1.0 5400mi OCI [Re: Pepsibottle1] #4674689
02/22/18 05:43 PM
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South Carolina
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Looks good. My Fiesta just hit 5555 miles today. I will be doing oil change #2 at 6000-ish. Maybe I'll send a sample in.


2017 Ford Fiesta 1.0T - Valvoline SynPower 5W-20, Motorcraft FL910S
1988 GMC K1500 4.3/700R4 - Supertech 15W-40, Fram TG3980
1986 Ford Ranger 2.0 - uhh
Re: 2016 Fiesta 1.0 5400mi OCI [Re: Pepsibottle1] #4674749
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Looking good.


Cannot see signatures any longer so it doesn’t matter.
Re: 2016 Fiesta 1.0 5400mi OCI [Re: Pepsibottle1] #4675074
02/23/18 06:04 AM
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Minnesota
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Wish i could have found one of these locally when i was searching for a new car. There must be 0 ecoboost fiestas available in MN. Very neat little motor.


Mine: 2018 Chevy spark (White) 1.4 Non-turbo
Mobil 1 0w20 AFE
ACDelco UPF64R

Wife's: 2018 Chevy spark (Blue) 1.4 Non-turbo
Mobil 1 0w20 AFE
ACDelco UPF64R
Re: 2016 Fiesta 1.0 5400mi OCI [Re: JoelB] #4675178
02/23/18 08:32 AM
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South Carolina
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Originally Posted By: JoelB
Wish i could have found one of these locally when i was searching for a new car. There must be 0 ecoboost fiestas available in MN. Very neat little motor.


I found mine online and had to drive two hours to get it. It seemed to be a leftover that nobody wanted. Got a huge discount.


2017 Ford Fiesta 1.0T - Valvoline SynPower 5W-20, Motorcraft FL910S
1988 GMC K1500 4.3/700R4 - Supertech 15W-40, Fram TG3980
1986 Ford Ranger 2.0 - uhh
Re: 2016 Fiesta 1.0 5400mi OCI [Re: eyeofthetiger] #4675299
02/23/18 09:51 AM
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Fredericksburg, VA
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Originally Posted By: eyeofthetiger
Originally Posted By: JoelB
Wish i could have found one of these locally when i was searching for a new car. There must be 0 ecoboost fiestas available in MN. Very neat little motor.


I found mine online and had to drive two hours to get it. It seemed to be a leftover that nobody wanted. Got a huge discount.


Yep, we had to pull ours from out of town as well. 50mpg and torque for days, fantastic motor


1988 GMC S15 Jimmy 4.3
1988 Honda Prelude Si 4WS
2000 Ford Contour SVT
2016 Ford Fiesta 1.0 Ecoboost
Service writer, parts counter and car enthusiast extraordinaire.
Re: 2016 Fiesta 1.0 5400mi OCI [Re: Pepsibottle1] #4675316
02/23/18 10:02 AM
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The Garden State
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Looks good, especially for a small EcoBoost. Nice to see lack of "real" fuel dilution and the viscosity is still in grade. Our 2.3 EcoBoost Explorer recently dropped the viscosity of 5W-30 Motorcraft synblend to a 20 weight in only 4275 miles. This was doing normal commuting, mix of highway and local roads in a 14 week period. It did include some remote starts toward the end as winter hit. Although even with the drop in viscosity wear metals were fine and the flash point was still above the "should be" value. The only thing about the Eneos oil you used is the higher Calcium level that can potentially allow LSPI, especially in a small displacement Turbo DI engine.

Whimsey

Re: 2016 Fiesta 1.0 5400mi OCI [Re: Whimsey] #4675673
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Originally Posted By: Whimsey
Looks good, especially for a small EcoBoost. Nice to see lack of "real" fuel dilution and the viscosity is still in grade. Our 2.3 EcoBoost Explorer recently dropped the viscosity of 5W-30 Motorcraft synblend to a 20 weight in only 4275 miles. This was doing normal commuting, mix of highway and local roads in a 14 week period. It did include some remote starts toward the end as winter hit. Although even with the drop in viscosity wear metals were fine and the flash point was still above the "should be" value. The only thing about the Eneos oil you used is the higher Calcium level that can potentially allow LSPI, especially in a small displacement Turbo DI engine.

Whimsey


I think LSPI should be pretty easy to avoid. I don't lug the engine - ever. If it's below 2000 RPM, I downshift before accelerating. The gears are widely spaced on this car, so it can be annoying in city traffic. I just try to drive smoothly and use a greater following distance to absorb the jerky driving and random brake stabs of everyone else around me.
Also, I know Ford says the Ecoboost is fine on 87 octane, but I put 93 in it. I just want to give it a bit more of a safety margin.


2017 Ford Fiesta 1.0T - Valvoline SynPower 5W-20, Motorcraft FL910S
1988 GMC K1500 4.3/700R4 - Supertech 15W-40, Fram TG3980
1986 Ford Ranger 2.0 - uhh

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