Don't recommend oil additives.
I had a good friend who was a mechanic and drag raced cars. He knew engines better than anyone I ever knew. He solely believe that the only thing you should put in your engine was oil and the best maintenance was an oil change. I was at his shop before he passed away and he had an engine torn down that someone put Slick 50 in and it was like they tossed a grenade into the engine. My belief is run the right oil, a good filter, and change it every 3000 miles.Anyone tried the oil additive Ceratech? I have heard it reduces noise.
The noise will be most noticeable during light acceleration in the 1500-3000 RPM range and may also be noticeable in the 800-1200 RPM range with neutral throttle blips.
This sound is caused by the piston motion in the cylinder bore.
This is an inherent characteristic of the forged aluminum pistons utilized in this high performance engine. Ford has issued this owner memo, whatever that is, for the Shelby GT 350 anyways, probably for all coyote based engines
Hello! Do you hear it in any other gears?Hi All
New to the forum.
Sorry to hijack this thread
I have my 2020 Bullitt ( Europe less powerful edition ) and really happy with it. Only has 5300km and still hasn’t had its first service yet.
no ticking noise so to speak when the car is idling.
but when the engine is warm and I pull away, whether it be 1st or Reverse I can hear this terrible rattle or ticking noise until the car gets up to speed.
I can hear it rebounding off walls.
it almost sounds like...
Imagine you are releasing the clutch and your close to stalling and you get that ticking noise with a wobble it’s just like that.
does anyone have the same symptoms as me.
thanks for your help.