Champion Racing 4270H Power Shield Engine Break-In Oil, 1 Quart
Synthetic Oil Type, 1 quarts Liquid Measurement
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Champion Power Shield Engine Break-In Oil is specially designed to reduce the potential of engine failure during hard break-in. This product contains high levels of zinc-thiophosphates, in combination with Champion’s proprietary TVS (Thermal Viscosity Stabilizer), which extends oil film capacity for proper ring seating. Professional engine-builders that use Champion Power Shield Break-In Motor Oil will see the difference of the proven barrier of protection and is recommended for all types engines including flat-tappet or roller cams.
- Designed for tight clearance hard break-in to maximize compression and torque
- Protects cams and lifters permitting high temperature ring sealing
- Best performance in class among methanol and high-octane race engines
- Requires no additional additives
- After break-in, engine builders recommend Champion Racing Oil
- 910-4270 Specs (PDF)
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