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5-Qt Valvoline High Mileage MaxLife 10W-30 Synthetic Blend Motor Oil

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Walmart has 5-Qt Valvoline High Mileage MaxLife 10W-30 Synthetic Blend Motor Oil on sale for $16.97. Select free store pick up where available, otherwise shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (30 day free trial) or free on $35+ orders.

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Features:
  • Valvoline High Mileage with MaxLife Technology Motor Oil is the first motor oil specially formulated to address the unique needs of higher mileage engines
  • Provides performance benefits for high mileage, new and re-built engines
  • 40% better wear protection than the industry standard with enhanced anti-wear additives
  • Advanced friction-fighting agents reduce abrasion and heat better than conventional oil
  • Added detergents keep engines clean inside by reducing sludge, deposits, corrosion, and rust
  • Premium seal conditioners rejuvenate aging seals to prevent leaks
  • Meets the API SP classification protecting GDI (Gasoline Direct Injection) engines from LSPI (Low Speed Pre-Ignition)

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This is a good price on these! Time to stock up!
Currently $29.28 on Amazon
Free store pickup, or free shipping on orders over $35.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Valvol...T/15125752
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I run thicker than recommended oil in my older vehicles, better lubrication, but less efficiency. I live in Florida, so the first(w) number doesn't matter that much in my case. These new engines are blowing up with the super thin oils they are recommending to meet the required fuel economy. Not an engineer, just a shade tree mechanic, YMMV. Wink

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Great find.. sadly my OEM spec is 5 20
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Quote from imgamekc :
Great find.. sadly my OEM spec is 5 20
I run thicker than recommended oil in my older vehicles, better lubrication, but less efficiency. I live in Florida, so the first(w) number doesn't matter that much in my case. These new engines are blowing up with the super thin oils they are recommending to meet the required fuel economy. Not an engineer, just a shade tree mechanic, YMMV. Wink
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Quote from Honest-IJM :
I run thicker than recommended oil in my older vehicles, better lubrication, but less efficiency. I live in Florida, so the first(w) number doesn't matter that much in my case. These new engines are blowing up with the super thin oils they are recommending to meet the required fuel economy. Not an engineer, just a shade tree mechanic, Y
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I run thicker than recommended oil in my older vehicles, better lubrication, but less efficiency. I live in Florida, so the first(w) number doesn't matter that much in my case. These new engines are blowing up with the super thin oils they are recommending to meet the required fuel economy. Not an engineer, just a shade tree mechanic, YMMV. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...ilies/wink.gif
Its only a few bucks more for the 5-20 stuff in pennzoil.. not my favorite brand.. Prefer Royal Purple.. but that runs about $38.. for 5 quart jug HMX version $60.. Thanks for the info.. I am not a shade tree mechanic.. more along the lines of barely keep it running ha ha
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This is perfectly good oil for non-turbo engines where the oil gets changed at regular intervals, such as 5k miles. Heck, it's most likely fine for turbos too, it's just that I like synthetic oil for lubing the turbo, which runs crazy hot.
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Damn I'm 5W-30!
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Quote from frankz00 :
Damn I'm 5W-30!
FYI, if you have costco, they regularly sells their Kirkland Synthetic Oil for similar price as this one, which is usually half the MSRP prices of other brands. Example https://www.costco.com/kirkland-s...90432.html 4 pack of 5-quarts 5w-30 for $66 - they also sells them in 2-pack.

And before you say 2-pack of 5-quarts is too much, my 2015 Highlander oil change take 6-7 quarts.
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Quote from NeatShop7155 :
who else still using 10W30? lol
There are a few of us still running 80's cars and trucks. Good for the old tractor and lawn equipment.
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This is perfectly good oil for non-turbo engines where the oil gets changed at regular intervals, such as 5k miles. Heck, it's most likely fine for turbos too, it's just that I like synthetic oil for lubing the turbo, which runs crazy hot.
What would your recommend for turbo engines? Weight wise?
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"Full" synthetic or bust.
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This is perfectly good oil for non-turbo engines where the oil gets changed at regular intervals, such as 5k miles. Heck, it's most likely fine for turbos too, it's just that I like synthetic oil for lubing the turbo, which runs crazy hot.
it's API SP-rated, and any oil after SN+ is fine for turbos really since that's when they started testing for turbo performance.
it's not dexos-certified, which is more strict than API ratings, but that may just be a matter of not wanting to pay GM royalties
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Works for my 57 Bel Air that loves to sweat oil. In for 1 plus some clearance detailing sprays for free shipping.
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So what's high millage to start, 100k or more.
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