VP NITRO SAE 70 Hi Performance Racing Oil
SAE 70 Nitro Hi-Performance uses a heavy viscosity conventional base oil, which provides superior film strength, wettability, and protection from excessive blow-by into the oil. We include enhanced levels of ZDDP (zinc/phosphorous) for added wear protection. We also add a friction-reducing additive. As a result, it affords critical protection for extreme load, high torque, and high-temperature applications.
Do not use oil additives with this product. It's also not suitable with catalytic converters. Always consult your owner's manual/engine builder for proper viscosity and quality level.
This item can be shipped Australia wide.
www.vpracing.com.au handles returns and processes refunds in accordance with the Australian Consumer Protection legislation.
Should you wish to return your order, please notify us within 30 days of purchase with a valid reason for return. If we are unable to resolve your complaint or further assist you, we will process a refund upon timely receipt of the goods purchased. Unopened goods will be refunded in full. Refunds will be processed promptly and payment made by the same method that you made payment. All refunds are made at the discretion of www.vpracing.com.au.
Before any refund. exchange or credit is processed, all items must be shipped back at your expense.
The Ultimate Formula for Peak Performance!
Our oil is meticulously engineered with top-grade mineral base stocks and a precisely balanced mix of additives to guarantee unrivalled film strength and optimum protection for your engine, whether in action or at rest.
Notably, our oil boasts elevated zinc levels (ZDDP) for added protection, a potent detergent dispersant package, and an aggressive rust and corrosion inhibitor. Trust VP Classic Racing Oil to elevate your engine's performance and safeguard its longevity like never before.
Protecting Australia's Toughest Engines
Become part of the continuously expanding lineup of Australia's most toughest vehicles with the power of VP Engine oil.
Endorsed and favored by Frank Marchese of Dandy Engines.