BR 15W-50 Conventional Break-In Oil
$8.49 – $1,314.99
Recommended by multiple cam manufacturers
this unique petroleum oil provides optimum levels of Zinc and Phosphorus for flat tappet and aggressive roller valve trains, and the additive package promotes ring seal. Provides maximum protection available for cams and lifters during initial break-in
- Higher / Correct Level of ZDDP to provide protection during initial engine start-up and proper Camshaft & Lifter Break In (Flat Tappet, Roller, Solid, Hydraulic,)
- Multi-Viscosity for better flow to provide faster lubrication at start up.
- GP-1 Pennsylvania Grade Mineral Base Oil combined with High Shear Stable Polymer provide excellent ring seal for more efficient Break In.
- Low Detergent formulation
- Formulated specifically for Break In – NO ADDITIONAL ADDITIVES SHOULD BE USED.
Recommended and used by Top Engine Builders.
What is Break In Oil?
Break In oils are essential to the long life of your newly rebuilt or crate engine. Driven Break In Oils are specifically formulated to protect new camshafts, lifters, pistons & cylinders and engine rotating assemblies from the initial wear that occurs during the first start up. Driven Break in oils are formulated to promote the final “wear in” of the new engine parts. Driven Break In Oils are formulated just for Break In and offer improvement over the Straight Weight, Monograde Non Detergent Oils of the past typically used for Break in.
How to Use
For best results, use this product for the first 30 mins of initial engine start up, drain and install a new filter. Then add New fresh DRIVEN GP-1 Conventional Break-In Motor Oil 20w-50 and run for 300-400 miles until the engine achieves break in. It is recommended you purchase enough break in oil for TWO oil changes. EXAMPLE your engine needs 6 quarts to fill, so purchase 12 quarts break in oil.
Does not require additional ZDDP additives. Good for full power pulls on the dyno, one night of racing or up to 400 miles on the street. Viscosity typical of 15W-50.
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12, 6, 1, 4 gal, Drum