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TOTAL SEAL® LAUNCHES NEW LINE OF BREAK-IN OILS

TS_LOGO_HEADER.1Formulated for Total Seal by DRIVEN Racing Oil, born from Joe Gibbs Racing. These unique lubricants provide the highest levels of zinc and phosphorus for optimum ring seating during that critical initial break-in period. For maximum performance and prolonged ring life, make sure you break-in your engine right with new Total Seal® Break-In Oil.

They feature:

 

TS_Lubricants_pradbac9Additive package promotes superior ring seating while providing maximum protection during initial break-in

 

Requires no additional additives

 

Compatible with methanol and high-octane race fuels

 

Specifically designed for optimum ring seating

Oils Available include: 

 

BR10 BREAK-IN OIL – Exclusively Formulated for TOTAL SEAL®. Viscosity typical of SAE 0W-10.

 

For ring break-in on competition engines only

 

Should be used in engines that race on 0W-0 to 0W-20 grade oils

 

Promotes superior ring seating for maximum compression and horsepower

 

Leaves a thin protective film that allows the rings to seat in quickly

 

Fully formulated and require no EOS or other additives

 

Can be used for up to 2 hours of break-in/dyno time before changing to race oil

 

BR 30 BREAK-IN OIL – Viscosity typical of SAE 5W-30

 

Same formula as original BR and BR10 in a SAE 5W-30 viscosity

 

Good for tight clearance and/or low temperature break-in

 

Specifically designed for breaking in engines and promoting superior ring seating

 

Good for restrictor plate engines, drag race engines, and OEM rebuilds

 

BR BREAK-IN OIL – Viscosity typical of SAE 15W-50.

 

Specifically designed for breaking in engines and promoting superior ring seating

 

Fully formulated and require no EOS or other additives

 

Can be used for up to 2 hours of break-in/dyno time before changing to race oil

 

NEW TOTAL SEAL® ASSEMBLY LUBE

 

Provides a tenacious yet fluid film to protect reciprocating and rotating components during assembly and initial break-in

 

Non-foaming product mixes with break-in oil and extends film thickness during the critical break-in process

 

Can be added to regular oil to increase film thickness

 

Does not harden or cause parts to become sticky

For more information, check out their web site
www.totalseal.com
Or call for complete engine building help, and  technical information on the highest performing piston rings and the new lubricants.

 

800-874-2753

 

Tech Line: 623-587-7400

 

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