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Lucas 10063 Engine Break-In Oil Additive, TB Zinc Plus, Case of 12
Lucas 10063 Engine Break-In Oil Additive, TB Zinc Plus, Case of 12

Lucas 10063 Engine Break-In Oil Additive, TB Zinc Plus, Case of 12

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Lucas 10063 Engine Break-In Oil Additive, TB Zinc Plus, Case of 12
Lucas 10063 Engine Break-In Oil Additive, TB Zinc Plus, Case of 12
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This engine break-in oil additive from Lucas Oil was specifically designed to help protect camshaft lifters and valve train during the break-in period of a motor.  It is specially formulated to work excellent with flat tappet camshafts during break-in or as an additive to any motor oil to prevent premature wear.

  •  Exclusive blend of extreme pressure additives
  • Add one bottle with every oil change to increase the zinc content of your motor oil
  • Designed for race applications requiring additional extreme pressure additives
  • Dyno testing shows a more efficient break-in when used resulting in less engine run time prior to race day
  • Not designed for passenger car use
  • Case of (12) 16 Ounce bottles

48410063 Break-In Lube Safety Data Sheet (PDF)

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