I have tried. My google-fu is pretty good. Tried searching for QSAD, Quaker State 10w-40, Quaker State Advanced Durability with and without quotes around the terms. Also checked pqiamerica.com..and anything that even comes close 5w-30 or 10w-30. So I checked known 10w-40s of other brands, and I think with exception of chevron supreme 10w-40--which is just a known good quality high moly oil, and for the most part the moly is down the thicker the operating weight (5w-30 will have more moly than 10w-40 for given brand ** edit: or maybe not?..lol). Havoline 10w-40 which is supposed to be the same as Chevron, actually has a lower moly content, which is weird--I always thought it was the same stuff. Anyway, so was hoping to get a VOA of Quaker State in that weight cuz I just cannot find it. If you can, awesome. I tried. Actually you can use 'inurl:bobistheoilguy.com' as well, which I did.http://www.pqiadata.org/ChevronSupreme10W40.htmlhttp://www.pqiadata.org/ChevronHavoline10W40.html
Non-energy conserving is any oil that doesnt say that on the API Ring. Usually lower weights (ex. 5w-30) will say "energy conserving" or "resource conserving" [friction modifiers/or too many of] which will cause a wet clutch to slip, and if your bike calls for SAE oil API specification SE, SF, or SG, SN is supposed to supersede all those (SE,SF,SG) BUT, I want to be careful w/ respect to anything in a particular brand's SN formula that would be bad for wet clutches (like too much moly, for example). I wanted to compare Kawasaki motorcycle oil to QSAD 10w-40 and Rotella T4 15w-40, to get an ideal "eyeball" of which oil would be best for the bike.