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    HR3 Synthetic 15W-50

    The perfect choice for modified “old school” muscle cars. Excellent protection for big blocks and looser clearance engines. Ideal for long stroke and/or high compression engines.

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    HR4 Synthetic 10W-30 – 1Q

    The ultimate in street/strip protection – Excellent start-up protection and the high temperature stability of a synthetic. Great choice for street/strip bracket racers.

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    HR6 Synthetic 10W-40

    Synthetic 10W-40 Excellent protection for supercharged, big block and looser clearance engines. Ideal for long stroke and/or high compression engines. Safe for O2 sensors and vehicles equipped with catalytic converters. No ZDDP or additives required. Viscosity typical of 10W-40. Formerly referred to as HR6. Product Features: STORAGE PROTECTION Uses the same oil additive technology developed… Continue reading

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  1. Hi, I'm interested in this product to use in my Mitsubishi EVO IX. Can you send me any more details on this oil? I currently use Penrite Pro Gear 75W-85. Do you sell these in larger quanities, like 5L?

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  2. Have steel block ls stroker fully rebuilt with  high compression around 600 hp and bearings at .0025 what  oil should I buy to run for street and track use please .

    cheers

    Riccardo

    launceston

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  3. Hi , 

    I' building tow  434  Ford Cleaveland that  aiming for  750 hp on 98 , it is a weekend warrier and driven in  dry weather only ,  no stop start driving  and some Drag work . I'm running coated bearings and have clearence in the .0022 big ends  and  .0025 mains . I run a mechanical roller camshaft with 250 lb seat pressue. Engine runs a vacumme pump and has the abilty to be steped up . 

    I built similar combination that went 766hp , these heads have similar flow figures with a smaller port. 

    I would like an oil recommendatiuon for the dyno and then for normal use.  

     

    Thanks In Advance 

    Brett Preston 

    Muscle Car Garage 

    Perth Western Australia 

     

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