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(07) 3808 1986
(07) 3808 1986

$5,280.00

Used by Joe Gibbs Racing in all their nationwide Series roller camshaft engines and restrictor plate flat tappet engines. Viscosity typical of SAE 0W-20.

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SKU: DRO-XP2-205L. Category: .
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Description

Synthetic 0W-20

Utilizes low viscosity synthetic base oils for increased horsepower without decreased durability. Formulated with proprietary anti-wear and friction reducing additives to fight valve train wear and increase horsepower. Ideal for wet sump drag race engines and restricted airflow applications with tight clearances. Compatible with Methanol and high octane race fuels. Used by Joe Gibbs Racing in all their Nationwide Series roller camshaft engines and restrictor plate flat tappet engines.

Product Features:

  • Used by Joe Gibbs Racing in all their Nationwide Series roller camshaft engines and restrictor plate flat tappet engines.
  • Utilizes low viscosity synthetic base oils for increased horsepower without decreased durability.
  • Uses the same anti-wear and friction reducing additives that XP1 uses to reduce friction and fight valve-train wear.
  • Compatible with methanol and high octane race fuels.
  • Can be blended with XP0, XP1, XP3 or XP6. Consult our blending guide for blending specifications.

Applications:

  • NHRA Stock Eliminator engines
  • Rolex Grand American engines
  • GoKART
  • Quarter Midget
  • Jr. Dragster
  • Focus Midgets
  • High RPM engines (max rev’s above 9,000 RPM)
  • Restricted air intake engines and engines with clearances under .0020″

Also Available In:

  • 1 Quart – Part #00206
  • Case of (12) Quarts – Part #00207
  • 2.5 Gallon Jug – Part #00214

 

 

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