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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A Good Word From Down Under

I just thought I would drop you a note with some good words for Lucas Oil Products.
Whilst my Leyland P76 is being restored I am currently doing Tarmac Rallies with a mate of mine, Brian Madigan, in his 1973 VW Beetle 1600 as his navigator. I recently turned him on to Lucas Oil Products and at his last oil change he used Lucas 20W50 Racing Oil and Lucas Oil Stabiliser. The engine was still original and so after more than 30 years driving was definitely getting pretty tired. The first thing we noticed was an immediate increase in oil pressure which for a VW is very good as I'm sure you know these engines rely on their oil for lubrication as well as cooling. On our very next rally, the South Coast Classic, which was to be run over 2 days and 780kms, we encounted some serious engine problems at the half way point. We had just finished the days rallying and were heading to a service station to fuel up for the next day when the oil pressure warning light came on. Unfortunately we couldn't stop where we were so had to continue to the service station with no oil pressure. The problem turned out to be a sheared oil pump drive which of course meant no oil pressure. When the engine was stripped down the engine builder was surprised to find the crankshaft and crankcase both in good condition but in need of new pistons and barrels. The saving of the crankshaft and crankcase was put down to the use of top quality oil and Lucas Oil Stabiliser. This also was reasoned for the engine not seizing. Sadly of course the VW needed trailering home but a much reduced repair bill for a new engine was had all due to Lucas 20W50 Racing Oil and Lucas Oil Stabiliser. We of course will be using it in the new engine once it has been run in. Thanks to Lucas Oil Products for some great products.

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