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Oil Analysis Results

Got my results back from Blackstone this morning. Only $20 and it gives me some nice peace of mind....



All in all I'm happy with what i see. When i changed the oil, i used Motorcraft 15w40 again, but this time added two bottles of Rev-X. When i change my oil again in a month I'll get another test done and post up the results on if it really does work. Also, the trace amount of water they found, were probably from the Dr. Pepper bottle i washed out and used to catch the sample in. Can't believe they actually caught that lol.

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Looks good! What I do, is open my pdf results in Photoshop, then black out my information, then save it as a jpeg photo, and upload it to photobucket.

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So your doing fluid/filter every 5k then? I've heard some guys do filter at 5 and fluid/filter every 10k.
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Looks good! What I do, is open my pdf results in Photoshop, then black out my information, then save it as a jpeg photo, and upload it to photobucket.
Brilliant! Will do soon

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So your doing fluid/filter every 5k then? I've heard some guys do filter at 5 and fluid/filter every 10k.
I'm doing oil/oil filter every 5k miles or 3 months, whichever comes first. And fuel filter every other oil change or every 6 months, whichever comes first.

But in this last oil change i put in some Rev X. When i change it in a month I'll have it tested and see the results compared to straight oil

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Fixed it. Much easier to read now. Thanks Zaairman for the idea.

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