Heavy Duty Oil Stabilizer

Lucas Oil Products, Inc.

Heavy Duty Oil Stabilizer

A pure petroleum multi-use oil supplement. Controls noise, heat and wear in manual transmissions and differentials. Number one in the heavy duty and high performance industries.

Lucas Oil Stabilizer is a 100% petroleum product formulated to eliminate dry starts and reduce friction, heat and wear in any type of engine. It allows motor oils a higher degree of lubricity which reduces oil consumption and operating temperatures. Use Lucas Oil Stabilizer in gear oil to stop leaks, reduce operating temperatures and increase the life of the gear oil. Since it is pure petroleum, it can safely blend with all other automotive lubricants, even synthetics, ATF and mineral oil. It keeps old engines alive and new engines new.

In Ford Powerstrokes we suggest one quart of Pure Synthetic Oil Stabilizer per oil change.

Key Benefits

  • Increase oil life at least 50% longer
  • Reduces oil consumption
  • Eliminates dry starts
  • Raises oil pressure
  • Increases power and miles per gallon

Packaging

  • #10001 - 1 Quart (Case of 12) - 25 lbs
  • #10002 - 1 Gallon (Case of 4) - 33 lbs
  • #10015 - 5 Gallon Pail (1 Pail) - 40 lbs
  • #10085 - 16 Gallon Keg (1 Keg) - 135 lbs
  • #10091 - 55 Gallon Drum (1 Drum) - 440 lbs
  • #10398 - Tote

Documentation

Technical Data Sheet Technical Data Sheet
Safety Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet

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Corey Homer uses Oil Stabilizer in modified 1965 Corvair Corsa

I added oil stabilizer (20% ratio as recommended) to my mildly modified 1965 Corvair Corsa. I had a technical question. It seems that all things set equal other than adding the stabilizer, my idle speed is faster than before. I am a degreed engineer, so I put on my problem solving hat. The best I could come up with is that the stabilizer has reduced the overall friction between components. Therefore, at the given idle air/fuel ratio the engine is able to spin freer. Is this possible? I have no problem stepping down the idle circuit a bit, but I guess I never expected to see that much difference. If that is the case, hats off to a great product. Plus, since the car is air cooled, head temps hover around 400F under normal operating conditions. I figured normal motor oil could use the added bonus of the stabilizer when continually operating at elevated temps.

Any hint regarding the idle question would be appreaciated.

Again, what phenominal product!

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