Engine Break-In Oil Additive - TB Zinc Plus

Lucas Oil Products, Inc.

Engine Break-In Oil Additive - TB Zinc Plus

Protects camshaft lifters and valve train during break-in period of motor. Excellent for flat tappet camshafts during break-in or as an additive to any motor oil to prevent premature wear. Exclusive blend of extreme pressure additives.

Key Benefits

  • Protects camshaft lifters and valve train during break-in period of motor
  • Excellent for flat tappet camshafts during break-in or as an
    additive to any motor oil to prevent premature wear
  • Exclusive blend of extreme pressure additives
  • Add one bottle with every oil change to increase the
    zinc content of your motor oil
  • Designed for race applications requiring additional
    extreme pressure additives
  • Dyno testing shows a more efficient break-in when used
    resulting in less engine run time prior to race day
  • Not designed for passenger car use

Packaging

  • #10063 - 16 Ounces (Case of 12) - 13 lbs
  • #10472 - 55 Gallon Drum (1 Drum) - 440 lbs

Documentation

Technical Data Sheet Technical Data Sheet
Safety Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet
zinc Zinc Values

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David Doerfler uses Lucas Heavy Duty Oil Stabilizer for Race car, Boat, Trucks

Hi,

> Big Mike at the local Napa store introduced me to Lucas Oil Stabilizer a couple of months ago and since then I have purchased many of your products for my race truck, personal truck, boat, and wife's car. I ave experimented with most of the different additives on the market over the years but have never been impressed until now. My wife's car a 95 Ford Contour with 120,000 miles runs good but has a death rattle when you initially start it. I changed the oil and added one quart of Lucas Oil Stabilizer, the death rattle is gone and the motor runs smoother than it has in years.

> I drive a 2000 Silverado pickup with 35,000 miles on it, and check the gas mileage each time I fill up. I always get 14 to 14.5 miles per gallon. I added Lucas Fuel Treatment & Injector Cleaner and got 16.9 mpg on the first tank and then added it to the next tank and got 17 mpg. I did not add any to the 3rd tank and my mileage dropped down to 14.6 mpg. Even after purchasing the Fuel Additive I actually save over $3.00 each time I fill up.

> There is nothing wrong with the power steering in my pickup but I added 8 oz. of Lucas Power Steering Stop Leak just to see what it would do. I started the truck and backed out of the driveway and immediately noticed that the steering was smoother and easier to turn. My next test will be on the Ford Contour's transmission using Lucas Transmission Fix, it slips a little when it shifts. Future test will be on the chain saw using Lucas Chain Lubricant and Semi-Synthetic 2-Cycle High Temp Racing Oil. I do have a couple of questions that I hope you will answer.

* On your product specification sheet for the Lucas Fuel Treatment it states that the 5.25 oz. bottle treats approximately 20 gallons (I think it states 25 gallons on the bottle). Also the same sheet states that the 32 oz. bottle treats 100 gallons. So using these numbers 1 oz. treats somewhere between 4.76 gallons and 3.1 gallons. What is the optimum ratio to mix this at?

* My race truck has a posi-track rear end, if I add Lucas Oil Stabilizer to it will it hurt it? Which fluid would you suggest for the rear end? I run a turbo 350 automatic in it should I add Lucas Transmission Fix and if so how much? >

Thank You for making such great products, I tell all my friends and family to use your products. If you have any more literature than what I have found on your website please send it to me, I would be very interested in reading it. > > >

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David Doerfler
Lucent Technologies *
Product Engineer

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