Lastly, I am surprised they didn't point out the high titanium.[/quote]
Ok looks like I have nothing to worry about!
Titanium is a newer, more environmentally friendly anti-wear additive being implemented due to more stringent emissions regulations, and is phasing out the older, more harmful phosphorous compounds such as ZDDP (Zinc dialkyldithiophosphate). ZDDP reduces the effectiveness of the catalysts in catalytic converters by creating a plating effect when combusted, and covering the catalyst while Titanium does not. Titanium chemically binds to wear surfaces creating a hard, Titanium based oxide layer which reduces friction, thereby reducing wear. Concentration levels vary greatly depending on oil brand.
l ESS VT2-625 l Brembo 380mm F/R l BBS Fi Titanium l Eisenmann race l Challenge Sport X pipe l Challenge GT diffuser + FR Lip l Stack gauges l BMW Performance wheel l Ohlins R&T l LUX V4 l Euro Bumper l