5 WT SAE (0W5) is used by top NHRA Stock and Super Stock, and Pro Stock teams looking for an oil with very low viscosity but slightly more durability than other brands at this weight. Used by NHRA Pro Stock teams for durability and ring seal in warmer climates. Excellent ring seal, yet low parasitic losses. Use only at oil temps under 150 degrees Fahrenheit.
Oil Formulated for Racing
Red Line Synthetic Racing Oil is globally known as the ultimate racing lubricant and a key factor in getting a win! Formulated with the most thermally-stable synthetic base stocks available, this racing-blend oil contains fewer detergents to improve lubricity and reduce detonation. The low-temperature properties of this multi-grade racing lubricant allow a 2-4 percent increase in power compared to an oil of similar viscosity. Each reduction in viscosity grade allows 1-2 percent more power while providing much more protection. Additional features include improved startup protection, lower oil temps, no less than 2200 ppm of zinc, and phosphorus for protection against wear.
Note: Frequent oil changes are necessary. This oil is not suitable for street use.
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