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News   July 30, 2010   by Auto Service World

Comp Cams Introduces 15W50 Engine Break-In Oil


Comp Cams has added a 15W50 lubricant designed specifically for use by professional engine builders during break-in of new and rebuilt engines
With the current government regulations, today’s oils are missing many of the critical ingredients needed for engine protection, says the company, adding that engine builders and performance hobbyists are being forced to add extra protection additives in order to maintain engine safety and performance.
Engineers at Comp Cams and Endure Performance Lubricants have expanded their line of automotive lubricants to include 15W50, as well as the original 10W30, weight oils. Both popular weights are ZDDP-fortified to provide maximum protection during initial break-in.
Heavily tested and proven by the COMP Cams® R&D team, these advanced lubricants deliver maximum engine life. They do so by improving the surface mating of valve train components (especially flat tappets), rotating assembly, rod journals, piston rings, valve guides and other vital areas of the engine. The proprietary formulas of both the 15W50 and 10W30 oils include optimum amounts of critical additives ZDDP (Zinc and Phosphorus), Molybdenum, detergents and high grade base oil.
The mineral-based Comp Cams Engine Break-In Oils are fully-formulated and require no additives or supplements. In addition, both popular weights are fully compatible with gasoline, methanol and high octane racing fuels.
They can be purchased in single quarts, cases of twelve quarts or pallets of eighty-four cases. For more information about the Comp Cams Engine Break-In Oils or any other Comp Cams product, visit www.compcams.com.

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