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Driven Racing Oil 00907 XP5 Synthetic Blend 20W50 Motor Oil, 12 Quarts
Driven Racing Oil 00907 XP5 Synthetic Blend 20W50 Motor Oil, 12 Quarts

Driven Racing Oil 00907 XP5 Synthetic Blend 20W50 Motor Oil, 12 Quarts

Synthetic Blend Oil Type, 20W50 Oil Weight, ZDDP Enhanced, 12 quarts Liquid Measurement

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Driven Racing Oil 00907 XP5 Synthetic Blend 20W50 Motor Oil, 12 Quarts
Driven Racing Oil 00907 XP5 Synthetic Blend 20W50 Motor Oil, 12 Quarts
Driven Racing Oil 00907 XP5 Synthetic Blend 20W50 Motor Oil, 12 Quarts
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Driven Racing Oil 00907 XP5 Synthetic Blend 20W50 Motor Oil, 12 Quarts
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Oil Type:
Synthetic Blend
Oil Weight:
20W50
ZDDP Enhanced:
Yes
Liquid Measurement:
12 quarts
MFG. Part #:
00907
Sold in Quantity:
Box
Notes:
Sold as box of (12), 1-qt. bottles.
GTIN Code:
184146009070

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Driven Racing XP5 Motor Oil is a semi-synthetic oil based on original formula race oil. The XP5 Motor Oil offers improved high temperature shear and oxidation stability compared to mineral oil without the higher cost of a full synthetic.

  • Viscosity typical of SAE 20W-50
  • Semi-synthetic base
  • Sold as 12 quarts

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