Outboard Engine Oil Synthetic SAE 10W-30

Lucas Oil Products, Inc.

Outboard Engine Oil Synthetic SAE 10W-30

Lucas Synthetic SAE 10W-30 Outboard Engine Oil is formulated especially for the harsh conditions of high speed water crafts. These outboard engine oils are catalyst compatible and designed for 4-Stroke applications but also work well in Inboards and Personal Water Crafts.

Long lasting and safely blends with synthetic & non-synthetic oils, Lucas outboard engine oils are fortified with a special blend of synthetic additives that coat all moving parts to guard against rust and moisture during long periods of storage.

Key Benefits

  • Excellent for use with supercharged, turbo charged or nitrous oxide high performance engines
  • Protects against rust and moisture during long periods of storage
  • Safely blends and is compatible with synthetic and non-synthetic oils
  • Provides rust and corrosion protection in both fresh water and salt water environments
  • Effective Water Resistance
  • Long Lasting
  • Resist Extreme Pressure
  • Extreme Friction Reducer
  • Contains a special additive package to improve wear protection and increase catalyst life in newer outboards using catalytic converters
  • NMMA® Certified to meet or exceed FC-W (CAT) performance
  • Meets JASO MA standards for air-cooled motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles
  • Meets industry standard API SM (automotive)


  • #10661 - 1 Quart (Case of 6) - 13 lbs
  • #10812 - 5 Quarts (Case of 3) - 31 lbs


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"I recently had new garage started to be built. since the weather here in Indiana is so cold., due to the late start, my contractor. discovered it was colder then he thought it was going to be. he became sick which left me with numerous little jobs to do and I brought out my trusted salamander heater. so while installing insulation to the inside of my new garage I would fill the heater and use it to make the tempter bearable to work in . Then while working one day the salamander heater would run for a few minutes and then stop. Over and over again I would restart the heater, and it occurred to me this thing works like a jet engine or a carb on a auto engine. I wonder if the jet is clogged up or something else is in the fuel causing this problem. so I had just purchased some of your cleaners for my truck and car as I often do and add it in occasional.. I retrieved the cleaner quart bottle and poured some into the salamander tank. then picked the heater up and shook it back and forth several times. I plugged in the electricity and it started up heating. I noticed the flame seemed brighter and the heat was notability better. soon it was sounding like a solid burning unit. I was a jet engine mechanic in the USAF and I listen to the engine and you can tell when it burns well or not. since that day the heater is working very well and no more shut downs due to what had caused the problem originally. You could advise more of your customers of this little trick to remove any carbon build up on the salamander injectors or the fuel pump, or just deicing the fuel tank. so thank you for all the help. Oh by the way the contractor had the flu and is still healing . I am still doing little things to the inside of my new garage. and the heater is running everyday top notch. "No new salamander required, just a little Lucas injector cleaner." Thank You." -John D Hughes
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