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Old 11-23-2012, 11:05 AM
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No oil usage after 9,500 miles?

I have an oil bypass filter and use synthetic. I go 10,000 miles and test the oil.

Ever since I changed the oil 9,500 miles ago I have not had to add any oil. I have only had one result come back with 6.5% fuel. But that was it. In about 500 miles I will test like normal and see if I have any fuel dilution but I should not have any...

Do your trucks eat oil???
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Old 11-23-2012, 11:19 AM
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???
nope, +40k miles using regular dino oil and never a single drop of oil consumption.
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Old 11-23-2012, 12:17 PM
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Mine never uses a drop either.
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x2! mine never uses a drop- ford says though that they will burn a weep bit of oil.. All diesels for that matter....
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Nope. Never used any with my 6.0 and don't use any with my 6.4


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LOL! the 6.4L makes oil.
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Old 11-23-2012, 02:38 PM
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I do my best to ignore ignorant comments but before you post something stupid like that please check people's sigs. I will assume u have never owed a tuned/deleted 6.4...they don't "make oil" because they don't have a dpf in tact to do it.

Everyone makes mistakes bud. But check sigs before saying something like that.

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Old 11-23-2012, 03:09 PM
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that wasn't that far off the wall
6.4's are known to make "oil "

this is the 6.0 section so no one is going to critique your sig and figure out the 6.4 delete vs fuel in oil benefits ..





I have a 6.0 with synthetic and a bypass // never make "oil"
but I won't go past 5k even with a goog Blackstone report
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Old 11-23-2012, 03:27 PM
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STOCK 6.4s ARE KNOWN TO MAKE OIL. Bot deleted and tune 6.4s. Spend some time working on a tuned 6.4 vs a stock one. They are night and day motors.

Like most of u Before I bought my 6.4 I knew nothing about them. I used to be and still am a big 6.0 fan. I have built over ten bulletproof 6.0s and 4 6.4s. We all drive the same blue oval yet there still seems to be a 6.0 vs 6.4 competition.

You don't truly understand the truck until u own one tune one and rebuild one pr ten. I should probably stop looking into or commenting on 6.0 forums because I don't own one anymore. I just build em.

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Old 11-23-2012, 04:29 PM
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Got the exact answere I was looking for.

Thank you guys
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