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Due to supplier shortages and difficulties in the transportation of goods from the USA, we currently have low stock on Heatshield Products and Gold Plug. We are working on getting stock levels back to normal, in the meantime, we apologise for the inconvenience and ask you to ring or email us before ordering to make sure all you need is in stock. - Team OHP

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20WT Race Oil 20WT Race Oil
20WT Race Oil

20WT Race Oil

  • Consistent wear and operation in drag racing classes like Stock and Super Stock (many switch to 5WT for Class Racing)
  • Popular for qualifying in stock car engines
  • Used by many top engine builders in Spec Miata and other low-power road race engines
  • Provides more power and better wear in Four-Stroke karting engines like Yamaha/Burris F200, Briggs Animal and World Formula, Honda GX 160 and GX 200, Kohler, Techmseh and Clones

In stock and ready for next day delivery

Further Info

  • 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 start up, lower oil temp, cleanliness
  • Remember to change these oils more frequently than regular engine oils

Technical Details

20WT Race Oil Data Sheet

20WT Race Oil Safety Data Sheet

 

SAE Viscosity Grade

5W20

Vis @ 100°C, cSt 7.6
Vis @ 40°C, cSt

44

Viscosity Index

139

CCS Viscosity, Poise, @ °C 30@-25°C
Pour Point, °C -50
Pour Point, °F

-58

Zinc, avg PPM

2250

Phosphorus, avg PPM

2400

NOACK Evaporation Loss,1hr @ 482°F (250°C), %

6