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Joe Gibbs Racing Oil

Joe Gibbs SAE15W-50 mineral break-in oil

The Joe Gibbs Driven Break In oil (running in) is fortified with more than double the amount of Phosophorous and Zinc normally found in modern engine oils. The first minutes of running in an engine is vital and can be very costly if the wrong oil is chosen. Recommended for all types of engines and used by Joe Gibbs Performance in all their engine dyno work (including power runs). An excellent choice for the concerned and quality minded engine builder.

Joe Gibbs Break In Oil

  Size Our Price (inc VAT)
Joe Gibbs Break In Oil 15-50 0.946 litre bottle £9.72

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Joe Gibbs XP4 SAE15W-50 mineral engine oil

The XP4 is a mineral version of Joe Gibbs Driven's original race engine oil formulation. This well priced SAE15W-50 race oil offers exceptional anti-wear protection under extreme loads. The XP4 is ideal to use in historic race engines and is today used by UK top historic race teams and V8 drag racing applications, Nitrous engines and Methanol engines.
However, it is important to note that this is a pure race oil and should not be used in engines exposed to long service intervals. For longer service intervals and road use we recommend the Joe Gibbs Driven Hot Rod oils.

Joe Gibbs XP4

  Size Our Price (inc. VAT)
Joe Gibbs XP4 0.946 litre bottle £9.72

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Joe Gibbs HR1 15W 50 performance mineral oil

The high quality base stock II mineral 15W-50 grade oil, available in 5-litre cans has 1,300ppm zinc content for anti-wear protection in flat tappet engines. It also contains an anti-rust inhibitor additive to protect engines not in use for long periods.

Joe Gibbs HR-1

  Size Our Price (inc. VAT)
HR-1 Mineral SAE15W-50 engine oil 5 litre can £35.40
 

All the above plus Carriage

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