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2014 Tundra 110k miles, 10k OCI M1 AFE #5366904 03/04/20 08:43 AM
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Here is my latest report from Blackstone.

2014 Toyota Tundra, 5.7L 4x4, had it since new. ~110k miles this oil change, 10k miles on oil, 1 quart of make up oil.

I have done 8-10k mile oil change intervals.

This oil change was primarily highway miles, some stop and go urban interstate driving (lotta stop, slow crawl), some short trips.

I use mostly OEM Toyota oil filters, Mobil 1 AFE, Napa Gold Air Filters with a few Napa Gold Oil filters through the years. Always used M1 AFE.

I am very pleased with this report and vehicle. I wanted a "40 year old check up" health report. I plan on keeping this truck until it dies, hopefully that is a long ways off. I have nothing bad to say about this truck. I do not want a new one due to all the focus being on technology and "the screen".


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Re: 2014 Tundra 110k miles, 10k OCI M1 AFE [Re: thooks] #5366917 03/04/20 08:58 AM
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Faultless. Focus on the cosmetic aspects of upkeep (assuming that you do the other stuff besides oil changes of course.)

Realistically, that is what will take you out of this vehicle—-not the mechanical stuff.


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Re: 2014 Tundra 110k miles, 10k OCI M1 AFE [Re: thooks] #5366930 03/04/20 09:19 AM
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The 5.7 in the Tundra is a great engine and so is this report.

Re: 2014 Tundra 110k miles, 10k OCI M1 AFE [Re: thooks] #5366933 03/04/20 09:21 AM
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This looks great!


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Re: 2014 Tundra 110k miles, 10k OCI M1 AFE [Re: jimbrewer] #5366937 03/04/20 09:26 AM
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Originally Posted by jimbrewer
Faultless. Focus on the cosmetic aspects of upkeep (assuming that you do the other stuff besides oil changes of course.)

Realistically, that is what will take you out of this vehicle—-not the mechanical stuff.



Exactly. I am going to have the interior "deep cleaned" soon. As soon as I can find a detailer that I trust to do it right. I'm talking about taking the seats out, shampoo'ing them, the carpet, tootbrush clean the interior plastics/seams, and really clean the interior glass.

I have some paint chips developing. Luckily I have a neighbor that is considered the best small job body and paint man around, works in his backyard. I am going to get him to fix those spots in a year or so.

I will also get the power steering, trans, diffs and transfer case fluids changed this, all for the second time. Just dropped and filled the radiator. Need to flush the brake fluid again.

But I'm trying to put as much off as possible, as I'm about to build a shop and hopefully have a lift. I'm getting too old to keep rolling around in the driveway.

Re: 2014 Tundra 110k miles, 10k OCI M1 AFE [Re: thooks] #5366947 03/04/20 09:34 AM
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Very nice.


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Just saw your post in the FB Tundracrew group.

Great report. Love our 5.7s


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The 5.7 Toyota engine is one of the best engines ever made. I’m not surprised by your report. smile


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Re: 2014 Tundra 110k miles, 10k OCI M1 AFE [Re: thooks] #5367017 03/04/20 10:49 AM
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In your climate, this engine might do even better using Mobil-1 AFE 0W30.


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I wouldn't change a thing. Clearly an Xw20 oil is plenty capable of protecting an engine. It's becoming a trend however on how easy some Toyota engines are on oil. Just last week or so there was a Sienna that went 10K on 0w20 supertech and results were great.


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Re: 2014 Tundra 110k miles, 10k OCI M1 AFE [Re: jayjr1105] #5367069 03/04/20 11:57 AM
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Originally Posted by jayjr1105
I wouldn't change a thing. Clearly an Xw20 oil is plenty capable of protecting an engine. It's becoming a trend however on how easy some Toyota engines are on oil. Just last week or so there was a Sienna that went 10K on 0w20 supertech and results were great.


This. It still amazes me people who can’t/won’t understand that 0w-20 oil is fine. The reports prove it. If it wasn’t, you’d see increased wear metals.


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Re: 2014 Tundra 110k miles, 10k OCI M1 AFE [Re: PowerSurge] #5367126 03/04/20 01:14 PM
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Originally Posted by PowerSurge
Originally Posted by jayjr1105
I wouldn't change a thing. Clearly an Xw20 oil is plenty capable of protecting an engine. It's becoming a trend however on how easy some Toyota engines are on oil. Just last week or so there was a Sienna that went 10K on 0w20 supertech and results were great.


This. It still amazes me people who can’t/won’t understand that 0w-20 oil is fine. The reports prove it. If it wasn’t, you’d see increased wear metals.


This x 1,000. Run what you manual calls for and rock on. 0w20 is a fantastic oil.


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Originally Posted by PowerSurge
Originally Posted by jayjr1105
I wouldn't change a thing. Clearly an Xw20 oil is plenty capable of protecting an engine. It's becoming a trend however on how easy some Toyota engines are on oil. Just last week or so there was a Sienna that went 10K on 0w20 supertech and results were great.


This. It still amazes me people who can’t/won’t understand that 0w-20 oil is fine. The reports prove it. If it wasn’t, you’d see increased wear metals.


Sure, just keep another quart handy for an add-on or two. Geniuses.


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Originally Posted by Y_K
Originally Posted by PowerSurge
Originally Posted by jayjr1105
I wouldn't change a thing. Clearly an Xw20 oil is plenty capable of protecting an engine. It's becoming a trend however on how easy some Toyota engines are on oil. Just last week or so there was a Sienna that went 10K on 0w20 supertech and results were great.


This. It still amazes me people who can’t/won’t understand that 0w-20 oil is fine. The reports prove it. If it wasn’t, you’d see increased wear metals.


Sure, just keep another quart handy for an add-on or two. Geniuses.


Troll, troll, troll your boat....


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Originally Posted by Y_K
Originally Posted by PowerSurge
Originally Posted by jayjr1105
I wouldn't change a thing. Clearly an Xw20 oil is plenty capable of protecting an engine. It's becoming a trend however on how easy some Toyota engines are on oil. Just last week or so there was a Sienna that went 10K on 0w20 supertech and results were great.


This. It still amazes me people who can’t/won’t understand that 0w-20 oil is fine. The reports prove it. If it wasn’t, you’d see increased wear metals.


Sure, just keep another quart handy for an add-on or two. Geniuses.


Lol. You are right. That report is just terrible. It could have been so much better with 15w50.


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