Mobil1 1026222 Racing Engine Oil, 0W-30, 6 Quarts
Synthetic Oil Type, 0W30 Oil Weight, 6 quarts Liquid Measurement
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Mobil 1 Racing oils are proprietary formulations of low viscosity synthetic base oils fortified with a precisely balanced component-blended additive system featuring high levels of anti-wear and friction-reducing additives. Mobil 1 Racing oil is recommended for a wide range of race engine applications including highly loaded flat tappet designs such as NASCAR Cup engines. Also designed for use by professional, amateur and weekend racers.
Mobil 1 Racing oils are high-performance, full synthetic racing oil formulas that are engineered to help:
- Maximize horsepower during race conditions
- Reduce friction
- Deliver outstanding wear protection – even under high loads and temperatures
- Maximize power output by reducing internal friction
- Nominal Phosphorus Level 1750 PPM
- Nominal Zinc Level 1850 PPM
- SAE 0W-30
- Viscosity Index 178
*Note-Mobil 1 Racing Oil was developed specifically for racing engines and are not recommended for street use. Mobil 1 Racing oils are not recommended for 2-Cycle or aviation engines, unless specifically approved by the manufacturer.
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