Not only is kart racing one of the most popular forms of motorsports in the world, it is also one of the most technologically advanced. KRT 4-Stroke Karting 0W-20 from Driven Racing Oil is purpose-built for complex four-stroke kart engines running on either gasoline or race fuel. Ideal for Clone and Honda power plants, KRT uses a combination of advanced PAO, mPAO and TMP Ester base oils. This “trifecta” of synthetic base stocks provides the ideal combination of reduced friction, temperature stability and load-carrying capacity that these engines require.
KRT also uses proprietary anti-wear and friction-reducing additives to protect cams and lifters as well as piston skirts, bearings and other vital engine parts. However, these additives not only offer protection as they provide dyno-proven power gains of as much as .4 horsepower.
Because kart engines are splash-lubricated it is important have excellent air-release and low-foaming tendencies, so KRT was formulated to provide both of these key attributes as well.
In simplest terms, KRT 4-Stroke Karting OW-20 is designed to help kart engines make as much power as possible on each and every lap.
What’s In KRT 4-Stroke Karting OW-20 Oil?
|PAO, mPAO and TMP Ester base oils||Provide fluid film to lubricate and cool the engine components; reduce friction, provide temperature stability & necessary load-carrying capacity|
|Anti-Wear & Friction-Reducing Additives||Protect internal engine components from adhesive wear due to metal-on-metal contact; increase HP|
|Dispersants||Suspends dirt and combustion blow-by products in the oil|
|Antioxidants||Prevents the chemical breakdown of the oil|
|Friction Modifier||Reduces friction between rubbing and sliding parts|
|Corrosion Inhibitor||Prevents rust and corrosion due to moisture and acids that invade the engine from the fuel, combustion and atmosphere|
|Seal-Swell Agent||Conditions the seal materials to prevent leaks|
|Viscosity Index Improver||Improves the viscosity characteristics of the motor oil|
|Anti-Foam Agents||Specially selected to provide the air-release required for a splash-lubricated engine|