AMSOIL Expands Dominator Line with SAE 60 Racing Oil

AMSOIL INC. of Superior, Wis. has introduced a new addition to the Dominator line, adding SAE 60 Synthetic Racing Oil to its series of premium racing oils. Dominator SAE 60 Synthetic Racing Oil’s durable formulation is designed to provide maximum horsepower without sacrificing engine protection. The product is heavily fortified with zinc and phosphorus anti-wear additives to provide additional protection against scuffing and wear in severe racing conditions.

Dominator SAE 60 Synthetic Racing Oil provides outstanding protection in temperature extremes. Its low pour point offers excellent cold-start protection and provides less drag when the oil has not reached stable operating temperatures. Dominator maintains superior film strength, even at elevated operating temperatures. Its thermally stable synthetic chemistry resists the effects of intense heat commonly found in racing applications.

AMSOIL Dominator SAE 60 Synthetic Racing Oil is engineered to provide maximum performance and superior protection to all racers. The same products used by corporately sponsored AMSOIL racers are available to everyone, regardless of their level of competition.  Recommended for use in racing and high-performance engines. Check the owner’s manual or engine builder’s recommendations for correct viscosity.

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