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Valvoline 679083 VR1 Synthetic Motor Oil, 10W30, 6 Quart
Valvoline 679083 VR1 Synthetic Motor Oil, 10W30, 6 Quart

Valvoline 679083 VR1 Synthetic Motor Oil, 10W30, 6 Quart

Synthetic Oil Type, 10W30 Oil Weight, 6 quarts Liquid Measurement

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Valvoline 679083 VR1 Synthetic Motor Oil, 10W30, 6 Quart
Valvoline 679083 VR1 Synthetic Motor Oil, 10W30, 6 Quart
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Oil Type:
Synthetic
Oil Weight:
10W30
Liquid Measurement:
6 quarts
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679083
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Valvoline's Advanced Synthetic Racing Motor Oil is easily distinguished by its sapphire blue color, but the real difference is the track-proven, high zinc additive package engineered to increase horsepower and provide extreme wear protection.

  • Designed for the race track, but is great for other high performance vehicles too
  • High zinc/phosphorus for extreme anti-wear, including flat tappets
  • Track-proven to maintain pressure and protect from foaming
  • Compatible with gasoline or alcohol fuels
  • 10W-30
  • Sold as 6 quarts

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  • 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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