Red Line 30404 Power Steering Fluid
Oval Track Cars, 1 quarts Volume
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Red Line Oil’s team of chemists and blenders formulate fully-synthetic oils and chemically-advanced additives using only the world’s finest base stocks. This makes Red Line Oil the premium product on the shelf. It’s not designed to be the cheapest – it’s built to be the best. Rather than cutting cost by blending into polyalphaolefin base stock for it’s motor oil, Red Line Oil only uses superior polyester-based products – resulting in lubricants that are extremely stable at high temperatures while providing superior film strength at lower viscosities where more power can be produced.
The world’s top racing team and most discriminating enthusiasts use Red Line Oil products exclusively. There may be a different sponsor on the outside, but chances are it’s Red Line Oil on the inside.
- Helps prevent high-temperature steering fade
- Helps prevent difficult low-temperature steering
- Greater heat resistance
- Helps prevent high-temperature boil-over
- 50% greater high-temperature viscosity
- 1/5th the high-temperature evaporation
- Helps prevent leakage and squealing
- 1/4th the oxidation of petroleum power steering fluids
- Compatible with petroleums and synthetics
- Also satisfies API 75W GL-4 gear requirements
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Q & A
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.