Couldnt he add a bit of redline 0w20 or Lubegard Biotech to boost the moly?
Redline only has 500 ppm, so you couldn't put enough in to to make much of a difference. Lubegard Biotech has 1,900 ppm moly, better, but not as good as Ceratec's 5,000 ppm moly, so you can use less Ceratec to make a difference here. 'Bang' per ounce, you know. You only need 1/25 of the sump be Ceratec to get to 250 ppm in the brew, enough here.
Does Ceratec contain moly? I thought it didnít. LM does make a moly additive.
They make LM MOS2, which has been commented on in the past as being inferior to other forms of moly, so I'm not sure its the best
choice. LM's Ceratec has 5,000 PPM moly and 350 ppm HBN (Hex Boron Nitride) friction modifiers, and I'm guessing its slightly better to use.
6.28 cSt @ 100C and you believe fuel dilution is negligible? This is Blackstone. Had an almost identical Blackstone report a few years ago; subsequent OAI UOA had very similar viscosity but fuel dilution > 5%.
This is a new engine, which shears VII chemicals down to contribute greatly to the low 6.28 cSt KV100, and the turbo doesn't help either. Maybe not that much fuel dilution overall. Some probably.