Stern Drive Inboard Engine Oil SAE 25W-40

Lucas Oil Products, Inc.

Stern Drive Inboard Engine Oil SAE 25W-40

Lucas Stern Drive Inboard Engine Oil SAE 25W-40 is designed to improve wear protection and increase catalyst life in newer inboards using catalytic converters. Meets or exceeds NMMA® FC-W (CAT) performance.

Can be used in automotive applications where API SM oils are called out for. Also has applications in 4-stroke outboards and 4-stroke personal watercraft. Lucas Stern Drive Inboard Engine Oil SAE 25W-40 is fortified with special synthetic additives that coat all moving parts to guard against rust, corrosion and moisture during long storage periods. Meets or exceeds MERCRUISER® sterndrive and inboard marine performance requirements.

Key Benefits

  • Designed to improve wear protection
  • Increase catalyst life in newer inboards using catalytic converters
  • Fortified with special synthetic additives that coat moving parts

Packaging

  • #10677 - 1 Quart (Case of 6) - 13 lbs
  • #10814 - 5 Quarts (Case of 3) - 31 lbs
  • #10693 - 5 Gallon Pail (1 Pail) - 40 lbs
  • #10694 - 55 Gallon Drum (1 Drum) - 440 lbs

Documentation

Product Spec Sheet Technical Data Sheet
Safety Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet
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I am an owner/operator truck driver with a 97 International Series 60 Detroit with 745,000 miles About 50,000 miles ago it started using 3 gallons of oil between changes of @ 12k. She was avg @ 5.8-6.2 mpg with little or no idle time. I changed the oil @ 6k miles ago added 2 gallons of Stabilizer and filled up with Rotella T 15w40. The first tank of fuel I averaged 6.6 mpg and just added the first gallon of oil after 5500 miles. which translates into @9.9% fuel increase and a 36% decrease in oil consumption. I have also used the fuel treatment and the glass filter is showing almost no "dirty fuel" whereas before it is usually up @ 1/3 or better by now. Also reports are showing that with the pressure to decrease sulfur in fossil fuels which is also "drying"out the fuel which is causing damage to internal components

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