I wouldn’t go full blown cheap if you’re referring to store brand oil. But that’s just me. Regular, lesser expensive stuff is what I would use for before and after.
As for highways speed that’s not the issue. The issue is sustained highway speeds after initial break in. Initial break in you’ll want to heat em up and cool em down as often as you can. Short trips/stop and go traffic do that. It’s called “work hardening” where you essentially harden the metal from heat cycles.
Now I myself am guilty of sustained highway speeds as my installer lived on the other side of town and I had no choice. So I drove a bit below the speed limit and coasted as often as I could. That’s just me.
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