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Lucas Oil 10488 S1 Racing Shock Oil, Case
Lucas Oil 10488 S1 Racing Shock Oil, Case

Lucas Oil 10488 S1 Racing Shock Oil, Case

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Lucas Oil 10488 S1 Racing Shock Oil, Case
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Lucas Oil Products developed S1 Racing Shock Oil to provide exceptional viscosity stability, anti-friction and anti-foam properties for use in all high performance suspension systems. Applications include off road racing shocks, motocross,  supercross, conventional and upside down forks, circle track racing and more. Lucas specially formulated friction modifiers increase lubricity for minimum friction and for more responsive handling.  Guaranteed to improve a narrow, consistent, rebounding range and easy suspension tuning.

  • Superior Damping
  • Controls Heat
  • Lower Operating Temperatures
  • Excellent Thermal Stability
  • Contains special anti-wear and lubricity agents
  • Excellent for high performance and heavy-duty applications
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