Blue Diamond PAO Oil

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HEAVY DUTY DIESEL ENGINE OIL

100% PAO FORMULAS!

Infused with FR3 Nano Lubricant Technology

A true PAO oil stands in a category of its own above all other synthetic formulas. Hot Shot's Secret 5W40 and 15W40 CK4 specification are 100% pure synthetic using only Group IV and Group V base oils.

The 5W40 and 15W40 PAO CK4 are a blend of poly-α-olefin (PAO) and polyolester (POE) oils that requires a very small amount of viscosity improvers to meet the weight specifications. This allows the Hot Shot PAO oil to be loaded with more longevity and performance additives, keeping the oil cleaner longer and providing better mileage and horsepower.

The infusion of our patented FR3 Nano-Technology and CK-4 additive package provides unsurpassed levels of longevity and performance.

Blue Diamond oil is recommended for most diesel engines. The CK-4 specification is backwards compatibles with the CJ-4 and the CI4 Plus. In addition to the CK-4 specification, Blue Diamond PAO Oil meets the requirements from Ford for added wear protection as stated in Ford Specification WSS-M2C171-F1 (not all CK4 specifications meet both the CK4 and the Ford spec).

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Hot Shot’s Secret Blue Diamond PAO Oil offers:

  • Improves fuel economy up to 3%
  • Lowers oil consumption
  • Handles soot 46% better than CJ-4
  • Reduces friction
  • Reduces wear 71% less over CJ4
  • Eases starting
  • Improves power
  • Preserves fuel injectors as well as turbo and engine
  • Widens operating temperature range
  • Provides high RPM “turbo” quality
  • Extends oil change interval
  • Extends engine life

The oil can be run 50,000–100,000 miles, as long as the oil is kept clean and monitored every 10K miles for TBN number

Caterpillar ECF-1, ECF-2 and ECF-3
Detroit Diesel DDC03K218, DDC93K222
Cummins CES 200081, CES 20086
Mack EO-O Premium Plus, EOS-4.5
API CK4, CJ-4, CI-4 Plus
Ford WSS-M2C171-F1
Volvo VDS-4, VDS-4.5
ACEA E7 12, E9-12
MB 228.31
MAN 3575
JASO DH-2
Renault VI RLD-3, RLD-4

5W 40 PAO CK4 Tech. Data
15W 40 PAO CK4 Tech. Data

5W 40 PAO CK4 SDS
15W 40 PAO CK4 SDS

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  1. Brett

    Outlaw or blue

    Brett

    I have 07 5.9 cummins no cat. Which oil would you recommend, outlaw or blue diamond?

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Hi Brett, definitely the Blue Diamond as a solid choice.

      You can absolutely use the Black Diamond Outlaw as well, especially if it is a significantly higher horsepower “build”, and/or for street/strip applications. Hope that helps!

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  2. Steven Rachunok

    motorcycle oil?

    Steven Rachunok

    I wasn’t sure were to post this question so here it goes. I read on your site the article about adding fr3 to motorcycle oil and read about the test results on the Harley. MY question is Are there any plans of coming out with an oil specifically for motorcycle use? I have read where people have used rotella t6 or Delo oil. Now knowing that these are diesel tuck oils can any of your Blue Diamond oil be used? My Goldwing recommends 10w40. I am seriously thinking about using the Blue Diamond pao 5w40 in my cummins, and it would be great if I could kill two birds on this one and use it in my Goldwing. Any input would be Helpful. Thanks again

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Hi Steven, yes, we would recommend the Blue Diamond for this application! It’s likely to help improve the shift quality too!

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  3. bobc2578

    5 out of 5 Blue Diamond 15w40

    bobc2578

    I just finished an oil change in my 2006 Chevy 3500 Duramax (225,000 miles) with Blue Diamond 15w40 full synthetic with FR3. I am very pleased with the results. I noticed a smoother running engine with a little better mileage, power along with better oil pressure. I didn’t have to add a drop of oil between changes. I would recommend this oil to everyone to try.

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Thank you!!

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  4. R.C.

    Which oil for a '97 7.3 4x4?

    R.C.

    I am a farmer in VA, and this truck sees heavy use both on and off road pulling loads that can often exceed CDL weights. Would Blue Diamond be the appropriate choice? Which viscosity would you recommend under my circumstances?

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Hello, sorry for the delay! The Blue Diamond would absolutely be the best choice, especially the 5w40. First, due to the VA climate, it is a good all-season oil. Second, 7.3L HEUI style injectors love a 5w full synthetic for shearing resistance, and to help cold starts year round. Hope that helps!

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  5. David Garner

    Milage question

    David Garner

    What should be the change interval for Blue diamond in my 2005 Duramax with 325,000?

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Hi David, unfortunately it’s hard to give a specific vehicle recommendation without used oil analysis results; think you’d be pleasantly surprised though if you send in a sample every 4-5k miles, since Blue Diamond (+ some of our other oils) is the only true Group IV PAO synthetic on the market; perfect for extended drains as long as it’s clean & no other higher-mileage concerns. Hope that helps!

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    • Craig

      Craig

      I have an. 07 6.0 powerstroke. I live in central NY and my truck sees a lot of miles, both on and off road, towing and unloaded. Should i be looking at the Blue diamond or Green diamond?

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Hi Craig! Since you mentioned both “towing” and “6.0L Powerstroke”, would definitely recommend the 5w40 Blue Diamond over the Green. Thanks!

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