Nice report Ziggy, just keep doing what you're doing. I wish my 2 reports were as good as yours!Just got my latest report. 129,990 miles on the truck, 13,659 on the oil. But you can see that information on the report. What you might not notice is that since I'm not driving too much these days, I went a year-and-a-half on this oil. I didn't even realize it.
Okay, I tried to do it like you geniuses and it didn't work. I tried to post it from Blackstone's site, but was unsuccessful. So I then saved it to my computer and hit the "attachment" thingie. That worked. Sort of. I'm'a try again.
I had something similar happen and I asked the lab I use, eoilanalyzers-the Amsoil owned lab, and they said sample is fine for a year or two as long as it is tightly coveredJust changed my oil at the 86,000 mile mark and found I still have the oil for my prior oil change in the Blackstone sample bottle from 10,000 miles ago. Do you think that sample is no good anymore for testing because it sat so long on my shelf?
Yes, I think it will last well beyond 100k. I added a GDE tune around 50,000 miles (6th month of ownership) and now have 206,465 miles and 5,087 hours. Based on my experience your idler pulley will fail before the engine.Here are results from the first sample I've had analyzed. The truck has run 93,000 miles being GDE tuned since 40k, and now for the last 15k miles I add 1 oz of HotShots EDT per tank of fuel. This sample was about 650 miles since last regen (72% soot loaded if I recall). Rotella T6 oil (since a few months before FCA made the official switch from the Euro oil) and various filters, as long as pleats look good and o-ring is in right spot. Oil changes always between 9,000 and 10,000 miles. Fuel filter every other, or every third oil change.
Think it will last another 100k miles without engine problems? I am 7,000 miles from betting it does... View attachment 85736