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Re: ZDDP Additives



I've also heard (granted this came from the Joe Gibbs Break In Oil Salesman) that additives aren't really effective because the additives never fully mix into the oil.

Dunno.

Bill M
65 Coronet 500 'vert http://goo.gl/6xUS1
73 Dart Sport, 05 Ram 2500 CTD, 4WD, QC, LB, Laramie
21 Model T Depot Hack, 06 Mazda 3

On Mon, Dec 15, 2014 at 2:31 PM, JimJablonski <groovinjim@xxxxxxx> wrote:
I use Valvoline straight 50W racing oil but only after break-in with Brad Penn 30W.  So far so good.


On Monday, December 15, 2014 10:38:12 AM UTC-5, Plucked Chicken wrote:

What brands zinc & phosphorous (ZDDP) additives are you guys using at every oil change, if any? 

 

I have a mild cam on the shelf from Gary P.  (.435 lift x 256 duration by Schneider Cams vs stock .390/.400 lift x 240 duration).  It came with Schneider Cams break-in ZDDP additive and cam lube ZDDP assembly paste, which got me thinking if running Rotella T diesel engine oil is enough, even after break-in.

 

http://schneidercams.com/engineadditives.aspx

 

http://schneidercams.com/256Fpolysolid.aspx

 

Been reading a bit to determine if running Rotella T is enough for even a stock to mild flat tappet Poly.  Contrary to some beliefs, the latest CJ-4 rated Rotella T does still have 1,200+ ppm ZDDP.  This can be seen in virgin oil analysis on sites like Bobistheoilguy.

 

This site, while clearly a marketing tool for their ZDDP product - explains in clear language the need for ZDDP - and why diesel engine oil may not be the best choice.

 

http://zddplus.com/about-us/tech-briefs/

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