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  1. #91
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    My dealer recommends Kendall so that is what i have used on my last 2 oil changes on my Craz.
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  2. #92
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    Hey guys.

    So in my research I found that Mobil 1 5w-30 full synthetic meets and exceeds all the standards in the owners manual. Secondly, Wix is the only filter out there when I cross referenced it. It is the spin on style. Part number is 51372. Comes in standard or XP. Assuming XP means extra performance? Paper vs silicone.
    Can someone chime in on which one is preferred?

    Thanks.

    Richard.


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  3. #93
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    XP uses synthetic fiber material and is preferred.

    Mobil1 literally changes their formulations every year.

    Dexos 1 is not the greatest additive package, relatively low ZDDP and ash profiles, but dexos 1 is very friendly to cats, so itís fine for the raptors.


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  4. #94
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    Thanks Larry.

    Is there something better that you would recommend for oil. I will order the XP from Amazon tonight.

    Getting the correct oil always makes me second guess myself.


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    Mobil 1 is still an excellent choice.

    Any of the name brand synthetics are good choices, donít over think it.

    High ZDDP and ash are really only needed for high lift camshafts and the raptors have no concern there.


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    Perfect. I will pick some up. Thank you for the advice!!


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  7. #97

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    Got a question on the filter and refill process for a Raptor Indmar 6.2L 2019 Makai. For the cartridge oil filter type, when you guys put your new oil filter back in, do you pour some new oil into the oil filter canister before inserting the new oil filter? (I am not talking about a spin-on type filter, I mean specifically the cartridge (https://inboardonline.com/6-2l-rapto...ct-description) type, similar to a Toyota sequoia.) I saw a video where a guy changed his oil and did this, poured in some oil to the canister before putting the new filter in and putting the top back on. I was under the impression the oil would just drain out of the filter canister back to the oil pan if you did this. I’ve already refilled the new oil to the top line of the dipstick and would not want to pour more oil into the filter canister, just to have it drain back to the oil pan and sump. Thoughts? AND where do yall place the new rubber o-ring, at the very base or on the last rib of the canister top? Note what I mean is, see how the white ring is in this photo of the canister top, located at the top ‘rib’ of the threads instead of at the very edge of the canister top https://inboardonline.com/501023-cap...-6-2l-5011023/ Asking b/c I always move it to the very top of the canister, am I wrong and the photo correct?
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  8. #98
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    In over 8 years of having a raptor engine, never have done it like the older style spin on. These don't hold the oil like those did.

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    Thanks, thought so, first time I’d ever seen that done. I didn’t think they held the oil—if it did, when I opened the canister, it should have had oil in it. What is your thought on the new o-ring placement? Very top or last ring of canister top?
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    I'm not totally sure on the O ring, have just always put it back where it was from the factory. Can't remember where, sorry.

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