Drag Racing Products

 PRO STOCK/COMPETITION ELIMINATOR   Engine Oil BR30 – Break-In – Conventional Oil XP0 – Synthetic Oil Gear Oil Break-In – Conventional Gear Oil 75W-110 – Gear Oil Super F – Automatic Transmission Fluid CSP – Coolant System Protector  STOCK ELIMINATOR   Engine Oil BR30 – Break-In – Conventional Oil XP10 – Synthetic Oil Gear Oil Break-In – Conventional Gear Oil 75W-85 – Synthetic Gear Oil […]

Road Racing Products

 INDYCAR/PRO SERIES/ATLANTIC   Engine Oil BR30 – Break-In – Conventional Oil XP2 – Synthetic Oil Break-In Conventional Gear Oil MTF – Manual Transmission Fluid PSF – Power Steering Fluid CSP – Coolant System Protector  GRAND-AM/WORLD CHALLENGE – SPRINT   Engine Oil BR30 – Break-In – Conventional Oil XP2 – Synthetic Oil Break-In Conventional Gear Oil MTF – Manual Transmission Fluid PSF – Power Steering Fluid CSP […]

Dirt Circle Track Products

  CRATE LATE MODEL – GM    Engine Oil BR30 – Break-In – Conventional Oil XP3 – Synthetic Oil Gear Oil Break-In – Conventional Gear Oil 75W-85 – Synthetic Gear Oil Super F – Automatic Transmission Fluid PSF – Power Steering Fluid CSP – Coolant System Protector   SUPER LATE MODEL – RACE    Engine Oil BR – Break-In – Conventional Oil […]

Asphalt Circle Track Products

  QUARTER MIDGET    Engine Oil BR30 – Break-In – Conventional Oil XP0 – Synthetic Oil   CRATE LATE MODEL – FORD & DODGE    Engine Oil BR – Break-In – Conventional Oil XP9 – Synthetic Oil Gear Oil Break-In – Conventional Gear Oil 75W-85 – Synthetic Gear Oil MTF – Manual Transmission Fluid PSF – Power Steering Fluid CSP – Coolant System […]

Lubrication Guide

1. Use an Oil Designed for Racing Applications Today’s passenger car and truck oils are formulated to reduce emissions and provide longer drain intervals. This has been done by increasing detergents and reducing anti-wear additives, but your race engine operating under high load and high RPM conditions needs high amounts of anti-wear additives (Zinc and […]

Choosing The Proper Oil Type

Let’s face it, the days of just choosing your favorite brand 20W-50 and putting it in your muscle car, race car and lawn tractor are over. While each engine is a 4 stroke, the engines themselves and the motor oils are more specialized. That means you have to decide which oil is right for your […]

Choosing The Right Viscosity

Viscosity measures the resistance to flow. Higher viscosity grades have more resistance to flow than lower viscosity grades. Oil gets thinner as it gets hotter. To determine the correct viscosity for an application you need to know the operating temperature of the oil in that application. Engines that run high operating oil temperatures require higher […]

Race Engine Assembly Tips

A human hair is about 80 microns wide, and the smallest particle size you can see with a naked eye is about 40 microns. That seems pretty small. Can something so small you can’t even see it really cause problems? The answer is yes. Clearance size particles do the most damage. They are small enough to […]