Two Treatments, One Product: Engine Assembly Lube + Engine Oil Booster Lube Kits are assembled by JEGS professionals to help you get the most out of your next engine build.
Prevent Dry Starts & Protect Performance Engines
JEGS Engine Oil Supplement combines lubricant and boost additive to create an additional protective film barrier essential to proper engine component assembly. Recommended as an oil supplement for engine applications that require higher rates of anti-wear, lubricity, and friction-reducing additives not found in today's motor oil (e.g. zinc thiophosphates, sulfonates, phenates). This supplement provides outstanding resistance to scuffing, wear, and friction during an engine's critical break-in period.
Safe for: rocker arm fulcrum balls, engine & needle bearings, roller tips, rocker shafts, cams, timing chain sprockets & gears, roller lifters, and the outer surface of hydraulic or mechanical lifter bodies.
Why Use JEGS Engine Oil Supplement?
Two Treatments, One Product: Engine Assembly Lube + Engine Oil Booster
Lube Kits are assembled by JEGS professionals to help you get the most out of your next engine build.
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