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Engine Break-In Oil Additive

Engine Break-In Oil Additive

Protects camshaft lifters and valve train during break-in period of motor. Excellent for flat tappet camshafts during break-in or as an additive to any motor oil to prevent premature wear. Exclusive blend of extreme pressure additives. Add one bottle with every oil change to increase the zinc content of your motor oil. Designed for race applications requiring additional extreme pressure additives.

Featured News

Wendell Howes Howes HEMI Honks at Indy

New Brunswick's Wendell Howes came close to a very big score during the recent NHRA Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals….

Few will argue that the biggest Canadian drag racing highlight during the recent NHRA Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals – was not the superb runner-up finish by New Brunswick’s Wendell Howes in the marquee 14th annual Mopar HEMI Challenge.

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Seattle OldsFive Canadian Winners at NorthWest LODRS!

British Columbia racers enjoyed a very successful Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series event at Seattle….

No less then five Western Canadian racers earned coveted NHRA “Wallys” at the conclusion of the August 16-17th event.

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Jeff Veale RacingAlberta Wild Rose on Nitro

Determination is key for Alberta's Jordan Pawlick as he embarks on a Nostalgia Nitro FC career…

Pawlick is now behind the wheel of a ’72 Mustang-bodied Nitro Nostalgia Funny Car. After acquiring that car from Worsham Racing back in early 2013 – the determined up-and-coming driver has now turned his personal dream into a reality.

Full article at dragracecanada.com →

Mike ShannonB.C. Racer Wins NHRA Seattle

Mike Shannon emerged victorious during Lucas Oil Sportsman racing held at NHRA's O'Reilly Northwest Nationals…

Driving his familiar and ultra reliable ’57 Corvette Roadster, Shannon won the event for the second time in his career when he beat first time finalist Tanner Hiatt in the championship round.

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Mission Raceway ParkMission Nearly Accomplished!

Canada's premier "left coast" drag strip nears re-opening with new premium track surface…

It sounded simple enough. After more than 20 seasons on the original pavement and a few newer patches, and too many incidents of groundwater creeping up through the surface at the top end, plus normal wear and tear, the operators of Mission Raceway Park, the B.C. Custom Car Association, made the decision to rip up all the pavement and resurface the entire quarter-mile in concrete.

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Lucas Oil

Race Tested. Winner Approved!