Scheduled for December 8 – 10 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, the PRI Show will bring together motorsports companies, buyers and media from around the globe. Driven Racing Oil™ will be located in booth no. 419. There the Driven staff will provide information on its wide-ranging line of synthetic and conventional lubricants, plus display its renowned racing products. New AT synthetic automatic transmission fluids, 80W-90 GL4 Gear Oil and Synthetic DCT (Dual Clutch Transmission) Fluid will take center stage. Driven’s XP line of racing oils, BR break-in oils, GO gear oils and cleaners such as Race Wax, Speed Clean and Speed Shield will all be showcased as well.
Driven’s Carb Defender Small Engine additive cleans carburetors from Ethanol-fuel-related deposits that cause poor performance. It is specially formulated for the needs of carbureted motorcycles, ATVs, watercraft, lawn equipment and other gasoline-powered small-engine vehicles that spend most of their life in storage. Carb Defender’s unique blend features additives that control combustion chamber residue, plus clean and protect surfaces of the fuel system and intake tract. It also restores engine performance and stabilizes fuel during off-season storage. The multi-function formula eliminates the need for multiple additives and one packet treats up to five gallons of fuel.
Conventional 80W-90 Break-In Gear Oil from Driven provides excellent break-in protection by utilizing a high EP (extreme pressure) additive package that promotes proper mating of gear sets without scuffing or pitting. By polishing the gear teeth, micro-pitting is eliminated to improve gear durability. A smooth gear surface can carry more load and will last longer. This oil is designed for hypoid and spiral bevel gear sets like those found in 9-inch and quick-change rear ends. It is safe to use in gear boxes and differentials and will not harm brass or copper components. Driven’s 80W-90 Break-In Gear Oil is designed to be drained following the normal break-in cycle (500-700 miles) on new gear sets to remove break-in wear metals. A synthetic gear oil may then be used to get the most protection and efficiency from the rear gear and transmission.