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Howards Cams 99000 ZPM 4 oz Break-In Engine Oil Additive
Howards Cams 99000 ZPM 4 oz Break-In Engine Oil Additive

Howards Cams 99000 ZPM 4 oz Break-In Engine Oil Additive

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Howards Cams 99000 ZPM 4 oz Break-In Engine Oil Additive
Howards Cams 99000 ZPM 4 oz Break-In Engine Oil Additive
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Not only the most important product for proper camshaft break-in, but also extremely important at each oil change. Replaces the Zinc-Phosphates removed from todays oils. Use with both hydraulic and mechanical flat tappet camshafts. Virtually eliminates cam and lifter wear at initial break-in. Dont pay for added mineral oil in some competitors bigger bottles. Max ZPM has the highest levels of Zinc-Phosphates of all the popular brands tested, plus the addition of moly for extra protection. Compatible with all petroleum base and synthetic oils. Add to oil at every oil change to extend engine life and enhance performance. Just add one 4 ounce bottle for up to 6 quarts of oil.

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  • If you’ve got about 20 minutes free, follow along as Redline Synthetic Oil’s Cameron Evans explains some of the primary differences between the variety of oils and lubricants available in the market today.
  • Lake Speed Jr., from Driven Racing Oil, answers the question "what viscosity grade should I run". He explains what viscosity really means and some key factors to keep in mind when selecting the right viscosity grade for your engine and application.

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