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MOTOR OIL
MOTOR OIL FOR RACING
Engine Oil Break-In Additive
20WT Race Oil (5W20)
30WT Race Oil (10W30)
40WT Race Oil (15W40)
50WT Race Oil (15W50)
2 WT Drag Race Oil
5WT Drag Race Oil (0W5)
10WT Drag Race Oil (0W10)
60WT Drag Race Oil (20W60)
70WT Nitro Drag Race Oil
GEAR OIL FOR DIFFERENTIALS
GEAR OIL FOR MANUAL TRANSMISSIONS
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AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUIDS
WATERWETTER® COOLANT ADDITIVES
GASOLINE FUEL ADDITIVES
DIESEL FUEL ADDITIVES
POWER STEERING AND MISC.
MOTORCYCLES, ATVS, AND POWERSPORTS
TWO-STROKE OILS
GREASE AND ASSEMBLY LUBE
SUSPENSION FLUIDS
V-TWIN POWER PACKS
KARTING
APPAREL
BRAKE FLUID




 


50WT Race Oil (15W50)
  • Used in applications with wider bearing clearances
  • Popular with sprint and midget applications on methanol -- offers less frequent oil changes due to less fuel dilution
 

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ABOUT RED LINE MOTOR OIL FOR RACING
  • Reformulated for improved frictional properties
  • Special detergents for improved lubricity and less detonation
  • Polyol ester base stocks provide more stability and film strength when exposed to excess fuel dilution
  • Each of these products has no less than 2200ppm of zinc and phosphorus for antiwear
  • Each race oil product is a multi-grade, offering 2-4% more power than oil of a similar viscosity - 20WT is a 5W20, 30WT is a 10W30, 40WT is a 15W40, 50WT is a 15W50
  • Improved protection at startup, lower oil temp, cleanliness
  • Remember to change these oils more frequently than regular motor oils
ALSO AVAILABLE FROM OUR DEALERS
  • 10504 - 50WT Race Oil (15W50) - quart
  • 10505 - 50WT Race Oil (15W50) - gallon
  • 10506 - 50WT Race Oil (15W50) - 5 gallon
  • 10507 - 50WT Race Oil (15W50) - 16 gallon
  • 10508 - 50WT Race Oil (15W50) - 55 gallon
 
TYPICAL PROPERTIES

Phosphorus, avg PPM 2500
Zinc, avg PPM 2400
Viscosity Grade N/A
SAE Viscosity Grade 15W50
Vis @ 100°C, cSt 19.2
Vis @ 40°C, cSt 135
Viscosity Index 141
CCS Viscosity, Poise, @ °C 35@-15°C
Pour Point, °C -45
Pour Point, °F -49
NOACK Evaporation Loss,1hr @ 482°F (250°C), % 6