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Old 1/23/15, 10:53 PM
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Originally Posted by 2011 Kona Blue View Post
We need more oil threads.
Drill baby, drill!!!
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Old 1/23/15, 10:57 PM
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Drill baby, drill!!!
Ba ha ha
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Old 1/23/15, 11:19 PM
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Originally Posted by SONICBOOST View Post
I am not an engineer nor am I an engine guru, so therefore I am going to use what is recommend. Always subjective but I'll take the odds.
Then why didn't you use your factory engineered suspension parts?
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Old 1/24/15, 08:01 AM
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Then why didn't you use your factory engineered suspension parts?
Cause those parts are boring :-)
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Originally Posted by 2011 Kona Blue View Post
Mine hasn't. The 5W20 oil is for the CAFE standards here in the US although its cool too use. The very same Ford engine in Europe as we have here in the US gets recommend 5W 30 oil weight but they don't have CAFE standards.
This was true for the Triton 5.4 an 4.6 3 valves. It kinda scares me that Ford is pulling the same gag with these new coyotes given all the issues the Triton's had.
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Originally Posted by Branden Mullens
This was true for the Triton 5.4 an 4.6 3 valves. It kinda scares me that Ford is pulling the same gag with these new coyotes given all the issues the Triton's had.
147k miles on a first year Coyote here, with zero issues, FWIW. 5W-20 full synthetic every oil change.
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Old 5/6/19, 11:31 AM
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Originally Posted by kylerohde View Post
147k miles on a first year Coyote here, with zero issues, FWIW. 5W-20 full synthetic every oil change.
And what change interval do you use kind sir?
time to feed the oil thread trolls!

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Old 5/6/19, 07:27 PM
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