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post #1 of 5 Old 09-16-2009, 02:26 AM Thread Starter
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Talking Blackstone Oil Sample Results....

I am actually quite shocked....

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James, everything looks great in this initial sample from your 7.3 powerstroke engine. Universal averages show typical wear levels for this type of engine after about 5300 miles on the oil. This oil was run 3500 miles and the wear is great, so you've got no problems to worry about. Insolublaes, which are oxidized solids caused by heat, use, and blow-by, read low at 0.2%, showing excellent oil filtration. The viscosity was normal and no soot or other contaminants were present. You can easily go longer on the next oil. Try 5000 miles for that fill and check back to establish trends.

HOW IS IT THAT I LUCK OUT!!

Got the truck with 203800 on it, just about to turn 215000 and the engine is in this good of shape, i mean seriously......

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Easy. It's a
I LOVE the 7.3s the run forever.

The above opinions are my own and should not be substituted for common sense.

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I know but I have never had luck with vehicles so I find it odd that it runs better than my 2002 F150 with its second engine.

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4" Turbo Back MBRP with 6" Tip Straight Piped!
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thats awesome man!!!!!

still havnet done mine yet.

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Thanks, I am just shocked. 215k and it runs like a top, I am the 4th owner, I find this so unusual. This truck has less problems than my F150 has and I got that truck with 19k on it and now it has 80k!!!

1999.5 Ford F-250 Powerstroke
7.3 Powerstroke Diesel
4" Turbo Back MBRP with 6" Tip Straight Piped!
DIY Intake
Isspro Gauges
Diesel Site Coolant Filter
TW 6 Position Chip
2.5 Inch Leveling Kit
305/75/16 Mickey Thompson MTZ's
239k and COUNTING!!!

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