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DRIVEN XP9 SYNTHETIC 10W-40 RACING OIL 1 QUART

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DRIVEN 10W-40 Synthetic Racing Oil

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Provides increased high temperature and high shear protection for wet sump and high compression applications. Ideal for high output steel block engines. Viscosity typical of 10W-40.  Reduces wear and lowers temperatures compared to conventional 10W-40 racing oils. Provides increased high temperature and high shear protection for wet sump and high compression applications. XP9 utilizes select synthetic base oils for increased durability at high temperatures. Compatible with Methanol and high octane race fuels. Formulated with proprietary anti-wear and friction reducing additives to fight valve train wear and increase horsepower. Ideal for high output steel block engines.

VISCOSITY TYPICAL OF SAE 10W-40
High Temp High Shear Protection
Friction Reducing Additives
ZDDP Anti-Wear Package

Applications FOR DRIVEN XP9 10W-40

Wet Sump Oiling Equipped Engines
High Compression Engines
Ideal for High Output Steel Block Engines

NO ADDITIVES NEEDED:

Be it for a flat tappet camshaft or hypoid ring and gear set, Driven Racing Oil™ products have the correct additives for that application. You do not need to add an aftermarket oil treatment to any Driven Racing Oil™ product. Every Driven Racing Oil™ lubricant is carefully formulated to provide the necessary protection for its specific application. The use of an aftermarket oil treatment may degrade the performance of the lubricant- a situation called “additive clash”. To avoid this, do not use any aftermarket additives with any Driven Racing Oil™ product. 

 Every Driven Racing Oil™ lubricant is designed to complement the other Driven lubricants- creating a synergistic effect where the whole protective package is greater than the sum of the individual parts. Using different brands of assembly lube, break-in oil and race oil may not yield this effect.