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Re: Super Tech 0w-20 & 5w-20 Oils made by Warren Distribution [Re: Blurider24] #5006303 02/09/19 11:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Nickdfresh
Thanks for sharing, after a quick review of the sheets I have to ask rhetorically if there is much difference between ST "conventional" or the full syn?

Right? Some NOACK and other small differences, but the additive package appears to be The.Same. As Triple_Se7en noted, I'd imagine there are diffs in the base stock as well.

When I posted the images, I posted the std and HM counterparts side-by-side (for easy comparison) and there was NO difference in ANY of the numbers in their data sheets, which begs the question...I'll pose it to the WD folks and see what is offered, I'm curious what the nuances are as well.

Thanks for the interest and dialogue.

Can anyone weight in on the Ash and Sulfur question I posed earlier?
Originally Posted by Blurider24
Interestingly, WD put Ash and Sulfur in their sheets. Re: that...can anyone speak to what those additives/particles/byproducts (dunno what to call them) mean for the engine/CAT converter/longevity of the oil, etc?

--Cheers, All.


2007 Honda CR-V EX AWD 165k miles
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Quaker State UD Syn 5w-20 (7-8k OCI)
Fram Ultra Synthetic (Every other OC)
Valvoline MaxLife ATF (Every OC)
Re: Super Tech 0w-20 & 5w-20 Oils made by Warren Distribution [Re: Blurider24] #5006312 02/09/19 11:16 PM
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I sent the email to WD, will let everyone know if/what I hear re: the diffs between the Std vs HM variants.


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Quaker State UD Syn 5w-20 (7-8k OCI)
Fram Ultra Synthetic (Every other OC)
Valvoline MaxLife ATF (Every OC)
Re: Super Tech 0w-20 & 5w-20 Oils made by Warren Distribution [Re: rollinpete] #5006323 02/09/19 11:25 PM
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duplicate...

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2007 Honda CR-V EX AWD 165k miles
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Quaker State UD Syn 5w-20 (7-8k OCI)
Fram Ultra Synthetic (Every other OC)
Valvoline MaxLife ATF (Every OC)
Re: Super Tech 0w-20 & 5w-20 Oils made by Warren Distribution [Re: Blurider24] #5006329 02/09/19 11:27 PM
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Originally Posted by rollinpete
Interesting,
Thanks for sharing, thumbsup
They didn't happen to give you VOA on the 5w30's ?
Here's a data sheet from WD on the synthetic 5w-30...from March of 2014. I can't say if the formulation has changed since then, but...


2007 Honda CR-V EX AWD 165k miles
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Quaker State UD Syn 5w-20 (7-8k OCI)
Fram Ultra Synthetic (Every other OC)
Valvoline MaxLife ATF (Every OC)
Re: Super Tech 0w-20 & 5w-20 Oils made by Warren Distribution [Re: Blurider24] #5006351 02/09/19 11:58 PM
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Formula has changed at least a couple times since.
SN - then SN Plus are two changes since 2014. May have seen Dexos and Gen changes also.

Oil is encountering a-lot of changes in the past several years.


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04 Colorado 3.5 Castrol Edge 0W40 Euro & K&N filter
03 Malibu 3.1 QS / Valv Syn 5w30 mix Fram EG filter
Re: Super Tech 0w-20 & 5w-20 Oils made by Warren Distribution [Re: Blurider24] #5006380 02/10/19 01:34 AM
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Love the HTHS100 being on the sheet.

Thanks for sharing


If it's the truth....it can handle the pressure !!!
Re: Super Tech 0w-20 & 5w-20 Oils made by Warren Distribution [Re: Blurider24] #5006401 02/10/19 02:44 AM
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4 oils in 5w-20 ! ??? LOL
Same same
For what ??

Re: Super Tech 0w-20 & 5w-20 Oils made by Warren Distribution [Re: Blurider24] #5006493 02/10/19 08:41 AM
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Originally Posted by Blurider24
Originally Posted by Blurider24
Originally Posted by rollinpete
Interesting,
Thanks for sharing, thumbsup
They didn't happen to give you VOA on the 5w30's ?

I get the feeling that they would provide it, I requested "all" the 0 and 5w-20 oils they made for Walmart under the SuperTech brand.

Here's a 5w-30 Syn HM from ST


Originally Posted by 53' Stude
Originally Posted by rollinpete
Interesting,
Thanks for sharing, thumbsup
They didn't happen to give you VOA on the 5w30's ?


I guess no one here saw my ST 5w30 syn HM VOA a while back

Maybe I'll snag a 5w30 synthetic and VOA it

I did, I did (raises hand)

I linked it...2x now, for those that didn't see smile



No you did not link a ST SYNTHETIC 5w30 VOA or PDF Bluerider 24. Lonk to PQIA is 0w20 syn HM.

Thanks for all but I am going to buy a quart of ST SYN 5W30 and VOA since its NOT here smile

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Re: Super Tech 0w-20 & 5w-20 Oils made by Warren Distribution [Re: 53' Stude] #5006906 02/10/19 02:55 PM
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Originally Posted by 53' Stude
Originally Posted by Blurider24

I get the feeling that they would provide it, I requested "all" the 0 and 5w-20 oils they made for Walmart under the SuperTech brand.

Here's a 5w-30 Syn HM from ST

No you did not link a ST SYNTHETIC 5w30 VOA or PDF Bluerider 24. Lonk to PQIA is 0w20 syn HM.

Thanks for all but I am going to buy a quart of ST SYN 5W30 and VOA since its NOT here smile
I linked to your post from April, which appears to be a VOA.

I did not post 5w-30 Syn data sheets as I don't have them.

I did a search here for the information and it's a link nested above "5w-30 Syn HM from ST" to your post.
https://www.bobistheoilguy.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/ubb/showflat/Number/4716144/Searchpage/2/Main/286796/Words/%2Bsuper+%2Btech+%2B5w30/Search/true/super-tech-hm-full-syn-5w30-voa#Post4716144

If you're looking for the PDF data sheets, you can use the Contact form at their site--they've been quite helpful and transparent.
http://www.warrendistribution.com/contact

Looking fwd to the VOA to see if it's consistent with their information.


2007 Honda CR-V EX AWD 165k miles
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Quaker State UD Syn 5w-20 (7-8k OCI)
Fram Ultra Synthetic (Every other OC)
Valvoline MaxLife ATF (Every OC)
Re: Super Tech 0w-20 & 5w-20 Oils made by Warren Distribution [Re: Blurider24] #5006937 02/10/19 03:20 PM
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Doh! I see that now. Thanks for info but I'll still probably VOA a ST Syn 5w30 quart since I have sample kits thanks to Rock Auto



Re: Super Tech 0w-20 & 5w-20 Oils made by Warren Distribution [Re: 53' Stude] #5007175 02/10/19 06:17 PM
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Originally Posted by 53' Stude
Doh! I see that now. Thanks for info but I'll still probably VOA a ST Syn 5w30 quart since I have sample kits thanks to Rock Auto

Any time. And likewise, thank you for the information as well--this stuff is not the easiest to find! Fortunately, BITOG exists!

I just sent my first UOA off to WIX/Rock Auto Thurday--I'm looking forward to seeing the results smile

--Cheers, 53' Stude!


2007 Honda CR-V EX AWD 165k miles
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Quaker State UD Syn 5w-20 (7-8k OCI)
Fram Ultra Synthetic (Every other OC)
Valvoline MaxLife ATF (Every OC)
Re: Super Tech 0w-20 & 5w-20 Oils made by Warren Distribution [Re: Blurider24] #5007248 02/10/19 07:15 PM
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You are welcome sir smile

If budget allows I'm gonna VOA Lubrigold 5w30



Re: Super Tech 0w-20 & 5w-20 Oils made by Warren Distribution [Re: Blurider24] #5007994 02/11/19 02:06 PM
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Per Warren Distribution about the difference between their standard synthetic and HM synthetics--there is NO difference between their formulas noted in their data sheets, numbers are all the same.
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When you asked the difference between the Standard and High Mileage oils, I can say that the Full Synthetic Oil provides outstanding protection in harsh environments including cold starts and high horsepower / high temperature applications and the High Mileage Motor Oil provides enhanced protection and optimized oil consumption control for engines with over 75,000 miles.

I cannot provide details of the formulations due to the information being proprietary.

Thank you
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Thoughts anyone?


2007 Honda CR-V EX AWD 165k miles
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Quaker State UD Syn 5w-20 (7-8k OCI)
Fram Ultra Synthetic (Every other OC)
Valvoline MaxLife ATF (Every OC)
Re: Super Tech 0w-20 & 5w-20 Oils made by Warren Distribution [Re: Blurider24] #5050514 03/22/19 12:51 AM
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Now, these are how all spec sheets should be like! Great detail!

If the data on the spec sheets are accurate, then we have the following situation with regard to the difference between the high-mileage and vanilla varieties:

[Linked Image]

Before high-mileage oils were introduced, the auto-parts-shops staff would ask how many miles you had on your car and they would recommend 10W-30 for, say, below 60,000 miles and 10W-40 for above.

My take is that I don't care about high-mileage oils, which should be obvious from that I'm running Mobil 1 0W-20 Extended Performance SN PLUS in a 34-year-young car with 273,000 miles that originally recommended 10W-30. Yet, there is still no oil consumption since I replaced my valve-stem oil seals.


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Re: Super Tech 0w-20 & 5w-20 Oils made by Warren Distribution [Re: Blurider24] #5052336 03/23/19 11:56 PM
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Thank you for posting soild offerings.


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