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(07) 3808 1986
(07) 3808 1986

$18.48

The same high zinc and phosphorus formula as our original break-in oil, now in a SAE 5W-30 viscosity for tight clearance and/or low temperature break-in. Good for restrictor plate engines, drag race engines, and OEM rebuilds. Provides excellent ring sealing. Requires no additional additives. Good for full power pulls on the dyno, one night of racing or up to 400 miles on the street.

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SKU: DRO-BR30-1Q. Category: .
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Description

Viscosity typical of SAE 5W-30

The same high Zinc and Phosphorus formula as our original break-in oil, now in an SAE 5W-30 viscosity for modern OEM rebuilds and hydraulic lifter engines. Provides excellent ring sealing. Does not require additional ZDDP additives. Good for full power pulls on the dyno, one night of racing or up to 400 miles on the street.

Product Features:

  • Same formula as original BR in a SAE 5W-30 viscosity.
  • Petroleum oil provides the highest levels of zinc and phosphorus for flat-tappet engines.
  • Additive package promotes ring seal and provides maximum protection available for cams and lifters during initial break-in.
  • Requires no additional additives.
  • Good for tight clearance and/or low temperature break-in
  • Compatible with methanol and high-octane race fuels.

Applications/Instructions:

  • Specifically designed for breaking in engines and flat tappet camshafts and lifters
  • Good for tight clearance and/or low temperature break-in
  • Good for restrictor plate engines, drag race engines, and OEM rebuilds
  • Combined with Joe Gibbs Driven Engine Assembly Grease, BR30 provides the highest levels of protection for camshafts, lifters, wrist pins, distributor gears, push rods and valve retainers.

Also Available In:

  • Case of (12) Quarts – Part #01807
  • 54 Gallon Drum – Part #01820

 

 

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