5W-20 Break in oil is essential to initial start-up of a new engine build. Providing quicker and more effiecient ring seal and higher levels of zinc, Lucas break-in oil is a must use for flat tappet camshafts. How well and how fast the rings will seal could make the difference between winning and losing. All Lucas Break in oil is compatible with Ethanol, Methanol and high octane race gas.
Lucas Oil High Zinc Engine Break-In Oils offer the high levels of ZDPP for maximum protection during the critical initial start up of a new engine. Proper initial break-in is critical to your engine's performance and life expectancy. How well and how fast the rings will seal could make the difference between winning and losing. Lucas Oil High Zinc Engine Break-In Oils are compatible with Ethanol, Methanol and high octane race fuels.
- Quicker more efficient ring seal
- Higher levels of zinc and phosphorus for maximum protection
- A must use for flat tappet camshaft break-in
- Less blow-by equates more power and better ring seal
- Requires no moly supplement and no additional additives
- Compatible with methanol and high octane race fuel
- Recommend use on initial break-in of both flat tappet and roller camshaft applications for maximum protection and performance
- Excellent on track performance prior to switching engine over to the racing only line conventional or synthetic
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