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First oil change on new Ecoboost #5232280 10/06/19 06:35 PM
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So we are buying a new house and I will be losing my garage, so I figure I should change my oil now instead of in a snow filled driveway.

Right now PP, Castrol black bottle, Valvoline syn and Shell gas truck are all onsale for the same price roughly, $26-$30/5L jug. I'll also change it on the 2.5 Fusion while im at it, fusion is off warranty so jumping up to 5w30 is a non issue. I can change both from 2 jugs, so either way I am buying 2b may as well use them up.

Which would you guy recommend. I change on time more than milage, truck is 7 months old but last years model (2018) and has 5000km on it, got it in March. , fusion has 2000km (2014) it since last oil change in December. Both are just personal vehicles that get used on weekends, wife is on mat leave and I have a company truck. Winter is coming so will see temps down to the -40 range, may or may not be plugged in


2018 F150 3.5 Eco PP 5W30, Fram Ultra
2013 Fusion 2.5L- vwb 5w20, Napa gold



Re: First oil change on new Ecoboost [Re: leeaspell] #5232284 10/06/19 06:38 PM
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Re: First oil change on new Ecoboost [Re: OilUzer] #5232288 10/06/19 06:43 PM
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Should add,all options are of the 5w30 flavour, no 0w30 available


2018 F150 3.5 Eco PP 5W30, Fram Ultra
2013 Fusion 2.5L- vwb 5w20, Napa gold



Re: First oil change on new Ecoboost [Re: leeaspell] #5232292 10/06/19 06:46 PM
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use full syn
0w30 or 5w30
when really cold just wait till stuff warms up, I have my trans not shift when it was -19F many years back till it warmed up.


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Re: First oil change on new Ecoboost [Re: leeaspell] #5232329 10/06/19 07:17 PM
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What car is the ecoBoost? What size?

Re: First oil change on new Ecoboost [Re: leeaspell] #5232335 10/06/19 07:25 PM
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I'm running Rotella GT in my vehicles at the moment. It's doing well by my early accounts.

BTW, Rotella GT is designated as an all-mileage, SN+ oil. It should do fine in your EB engines.

Let us know what you decide to go with.


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Re: First oil change on new Ecoboost [Re: tenderloin] #5232368 10/06/19 07:58 PM
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Originally Posted by tenderloin
What car is the ecoBoost? What size?
I am wondering the same thing.


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Re: First oil change on new Ecoboost [Re: leeaspell] #5232398 10/06/19 08:27 PM
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But the one you like the most. You won’t feel the difference


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Re: First oil change on new Ecoboost [Re: leeaspell] #5232407 10/06/19 08:38 PM
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Re: First oil change on new Ecoboost [Re: leeaspell] #5232497 10/06/19 10:33 PM
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Magnatec does well in EB engines. We have the UOAs here to prove it. If extreme cold weather is in the mix Quaker State Ultimate Durability 5w30 has a pour point of -50c.


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Re: First oil change on new Ecoboost [Re: leeaspell] #5232591 10/07/19 03:59 AM
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Don't run too long of an oil change interval. I stick with 7500 miles even with full synthetic. This pretty much goes for most modern GTDI engines.

Re: First oil change on new Ecoboost [Re: leeaspell] #5232636 10/07/19 06:49 AM
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5W-xx synthetic oil can handle anything but the very, very, VERY worst that Canada's winter can throw at it


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Re: First oil change on new Ecoboost [Re: Blkstanger] #5232772 10/07/19 09:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Blkstanger
Originally Posted by tenderloin
What car is the ecoBoost? What size?
I am wondering the same thing.

It's the truck. The 2.5L engine isn't a boosted variant (it's an older, but reliable, Mazda design).

Re: First oil change on new Ecoboost [Re: hallstevenson] #5232849 10/07/19 11:32 AM
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Originally Posted by hallstevenson
Originally Posted by Blkstanger
Originally Posted by tenderloin
What car is the ecoBoost? What size?
I am wondering the same thing.

It's the truck. The 2.5L engine isn't a boosted variant (it's an older, but reliable, Mazda design).



The truck is the Eco boost 3.5, and as quoted the 2.5 is not.


2018 F150 3.5 Eco PP 5W30, Fram Ultra
2013 Fusion 2.5L- vwb 5w20, Napa gold



Re: First oil change on new Ecoboost [Re: leeaspell] #5233013 10/07/19 02:06 PM
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I use edge 0w40 and Valvoline 15w40 in mine and have no issues.

I have about 100k worth of uoa on edge on this forum with a truck that towed heavy quite a bit.

I also have over 50k worth of uoa on here with Kendall 5 w30.

Obviously I didn't follow Ford's recommendation on the oil weight but I tend to fall in the thicker is better camp.

My 2016 has about 110k on it now and it runs great new uoa on it in about a week.

I personally think if you use a quality Xw40 oil you can go the 10k oil change route. If you use 30 weight I would change at 7500.

I use the 40 weight because of the timing chain stuff I read about. Not that I am freaking out about it but it is the only thing I think about on this truck.

Dilution for me is a minor worry and I am in the camp of as long as it's less than 5% it's a non issue.

Sorry for the missive. 😁


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