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COMP Cams 1591-12 Engine Break-In Motor Oil, 15W50, 12 Quart Case
COMP Cams 1591-12 Engine Break-In Motor Oil, 15W50, 12 Quart Case

COMP Cams 1591-12 Engine Break-In Motor Oil, 15W50, 12 Quart Case

Break-In Oil Type, 15W50 Oil Weight, ZDDP Enhanced, 12 quarts Liquid Measurement

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COMP Cams 1591-12 Engine Break-In Motor Oil, 15W50, 12 Quart Case
COMP Cams 1591-12 Engine Break-In Motor Oil, 15W50, 12 Quart Case
COMP Cams 1591-12 Engine Break-In Motor Oil, 15W50, 12 Quart Case
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Oil Type:
Break-In
Oil Weight:
15W50
ZDDP Enhanced:
Yes
Liquid Measurement:
12 quarts
MFG. Part #:
1591-12
Sold in Quantity:
Box
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Sold as box of (12), 1-qt. bottles.
GTIN Code:
036584216759

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COMP Cams 15W50 Engine Break-In Oil, Case of (12) 1 Qt. Bottles.

Due to current government regulations, today's oils are missing many of the critical ingredients needed for engine protection. Engine builders and performance hobbyists are being forced to add in extra protection additives in order to maintain engine safety and performance but not anymore.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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