I agree completely, but most folk just don’t get it, that’s why I give them the rpm solution. Most of your “regular” mustang drivers can’t understand why they should put a catch can on their car, or why running the highest octane available is advisable in any turbo charged vehicle.This is what I've come to gather from the various blurbs I've 'absorbed' on LSPI. Crappy oil and/or crappy gas combined with bad piston rings, or rings that haven't warmed up fully. Not saying lugging the engine couldn't exacerbate the issue...but the latest research shows oil/gas to be a leading indicator.
There’s a really stupid thread on mustang6g, with some idiot telling people a catch can is not needed or Ford would have installed one.....On another site there’s another idiot saying all you should run for fuel is 87 since the car was designed to handle it. People with any kind of vehicle performance experience know both of those claims to be untrue, but we are out numbered by the googlers and social media surfers.
We learned 30+ years ago, that allowing your ford 4cyl turbo to come up to operating temp before beating on it would preserve the motor, but people with these new eco’s just don’t get it.
Lol! End of rant. Back to trying to be a nice guy.