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For comparison...look at my Dads Ford FLEX EcoBust UOA I just got today. Compare wear numbers and fuel issues to our 5.7 reports.

Ah ha. Feel better now?


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Here is my UOA @ 60k miles.
4,359 miles on bulk Toyota 5W-20 & Toyota filter from the dealer.
I switched to Castol Edge 5W-20 for DIY. I started a new job with a 120 mile daily commute so looking for extended drain intervals.
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Looks to me you could go 7 -8,000 miles with no concerns. :sunglasses:
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Blackstone report

Changed out factory oil on my '16 Tundra TRD PRO at 1,000 mi., and sent a sample to Blackstone Labs. The "wear-in" metals were high. Attached is the report. Hope to have these levels in the average range soon. The oil I am now using is Pennzoil Ultra Platinum 0W-20 full syn.
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UOA @ 65k miles.
5,173 miles on Castrol EDGE 5W20 & Toyota filter. I had also changed the air filter at 60k.
Seems like EDGE is a option.

I refilled with Castrol Magnatec 5W30 for ~$16/5qt jug. That seems like an excellent price for a synthetic blend! I was able to do the OC w/ filter for $33!
The Magnatec 5W30 seems to be doing well in a ecoboost over on BITOG, so I figured I would give it a shot. I hope to get it to 7.5k OCI on it

The Magnatec has helped to quiet down the engine noise.




My first UOA is in post 362.

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Rec: 9k on Penn Plat 0w20

Solid performance. This new to me truck has been on Pennzoil Platinum 0w20 for appx 10 out of 12 intervals. I felt good going to 7k and sent in a sample to confirm. The recommendation came back to try 9k!
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Solid performance. This new to me truck has been on Pennzoil Platinum 0w20 for appx 10 out of 12 intervals. I felt good going to 7k and sent in a sample to confirm. The recommendation came back to try 9k!
Looks good!
What would you say your driving style is like?

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Looks good!
What would you say your driving style is like?
I'd say pretty normal. 70% highway 30% suburbs. I do the limit + 5. I like to be in the left lane in front of traffic, but I don't drive like an ahole. No burnouts, none of that crap. Level ground here on the gulf coast, and I didn't do any towing during this interval.
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UOA @ 70k, Magnatec 5W30

My third UOA on my 2011 Tundra 5.7L, 3URFE, with 70k miles.
Oil tested was Castrol Magnatec 5W30 with Toyota filter, and just shy of 5k miles. I did the standard 5k so I could have a baseline to compare the extended OCIs in the future.

I misplaced my sample bottle during the drain, so the sample I collected probably started during the last quarter of the drain. shocked
I am not sure if that would explain the jump in the Tin?
Also, the Aluminum crept up above the universal average... I will keep an eye on those for the next UOA.

The Magnatec seemed to have excellent TBN retention especially compared to the Edge 5W20 from the previous fill..

With the Magnatec 5W30 and I haven't noticed a drop in MPG. It has definitely help to quiet down the engine noise some.

I refilled again with Magnatec 5W30, and I am currently planning on running it to 7-7.5k OCI.



My previous UOAs are posts 362 & 365.

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I wouldn't let the tin # worry you much, if your copper lead chromium were high also it might indicate a bearing issue. Why were the sodium levels so high in the past? Air filter?

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I wouldn't let the tin # worry you much, if your copper lead chromium were high also it might indicate a bearing issue. Why were the sodium levels so high in the past? Air filter?
I had changed the air filter at 61k, 39k, and an earlier time.

Blackstone and some over on BITOG forum think the higher sodium level is an additive in the oil.
The first analysis was dealer oil. The Dealer said it was TGMO 5w20, but someone commented that the levels on that analysis look similar to a Valvoline oil..
2nd analysis was Castrol Edge 5W20. Someone commented that that the higher level in that UOA could be some residual sodium from the previous fill.

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My fourth UOA on my 2011 Tundra 5.7L, 3URFE, now with 75k miles.
Oil tested was Castrol Magnatec 5W30 with Toyota filter, and right at 5k miles. I kept with the standard 5k to establish a good baseline trend with the Magnatec 5W30. I also had a long trip planned, so I ended up changing it since the trip was going to put me over the 7.5k mark I was aiming for.

Everything is looking to be pretty consistent, and I am happy with this oil.
Now that I feel I have a good baseline established, I will be increasing the OCI.

I refilled with Magnatec 5W30 and I am currently planning on running it to 7-7.5k OCI.



My previous UOAs are posts 369, 365, & 362.

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Here is the link to my post on BITOG.
https://bobistheoilguy.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/4238256/Magnatec_5W30,_5029mi,_75k,_'1#Post4238256
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Extend those intervals...
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Extend those intervals...
Nice!
What was your driving style? A lot of highway? towing?
What oil did you use for your previous UOAs?

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Nice!
What was your driving style? A lot of highway? towing?
What oil did you use for your previous UOAs?
daily driver. mix of hwy and city. I average 14mpg on the Toyos. no towing on this interval. old oil at the 52k mile sample was GC. I ran GC for years and have since run the M1 EP for approx. 20k miles when I took this sample. Definitely confident that I can follow Blackstone's advice.
Note on the silicon: I had about 75k miles on a donaldson powercore air filter and changed it during this interval. it may be the reason for the higher amount.


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