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Driven XP6 15W-50 Synthetic Race Oil

£16.10  Excl VAT

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Driven XP6 15W-50 Synthetic Race Oil Features (XP6)

A full synthetic, 15W-50 version of our race proven XP1.
Provides excellent bearing oil film thickness and high temperature protection.
Designed for aluminum blocks and looser clearances.
Recommended for methanol fuel and high temperature
applications (Oil temperatures above 240°F).
Can be blended with XP1, XP2, XP3 or XP0. Consult Joe Gibbs Driven™ for blending specifications.
For use in high compression engines.
Applications:
Designed for aluminum blocks and engine with looser clearances
Works well in both wet or dry sump engines
410 sprint engines
Hydraulic lifter wet sump engines
Ford and Dodge Crate Engines
Off-Road Truck engines
Engines designed for SAE 50 weight oils
Engines operating with oil temperatures between 240°F and 320°F
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A full synthetic 15W-50 version of the race proven XP1 it provides excellent bearing oil film thickness. Designed for aluminium blocks and high temperature applications (137ºC).

Contains the unique Joe Gibbs Driven zinc loaded anti-wear and low detergent additive package making this oil excellent for racing applications but not suitable for catalytic equipped vehicles.
Sold in 1 US quart (0.946 Litre) containers.

DRIVEN™ by Joe Gibbs
Joe Gibbs Racing is a NASCAR race team, not an oil company. To compete and win they have to have the best. The engineers and engine builders at Joe Gibbs Racing have put in countless hours perfecting the oil to maximize horsepower and protect vital parts.

Developed by Mark Cronquist and the Joe Gibbs Racing Engine Department in conjunction with the global leader in oil technology, Joe Gibbs Driven Racing Oil was created to meet the specific anti-wear requirements of their NASCAR engines that rev past 9,000 RPM and run in excess of 116c. Countless hours of dyno testing and thousands of miles of competition have been spent tweaking and perfecting the Joe Gibbs Driven range. ave to produce maximum horsepower with maximum durability without failure. That’s why they engineered their own oil formulation in 1999, specifically designed for race engines.



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