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Champion Oil with the help of top-tier engine builders has developed an engine oil specially designed to reduce the potential of engine failure during hard break-in.
Champion “Classic & Muscle” Motors Oils are on display at this year’s SEMA New Product Showcase and exhibited at booth #21131 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. These top-tier performance motor oils are purpose-build for vintage, classic, hot rod and muscle cars that need more protection than current API specification motor oils can provide.
Champion Blue-Flame “Classic” High Performance Diesel Motor Oil Featured at SEMA
Champion Oil’s Blue-Flame “Classic” 15w-40 Diesel Motor Oil is a purpose-built diesel motor oil specifically designed to meet the demands of diesel competition builders, racers, and enthusiasts of turbo and super-charged pre-2007 diesel engines.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Bill Kernahan
PRE-SATURATED SCUFF PAD MAKES PREPPING BUMPERS FAST AND EASY
Bonding Solutions Introduces New Turbo Pad That Cleans, Degreases and Abrades In One Step
Pareto Point Industries Launches HEVAC – A Heat Evaporation Chamber for smaller engine Oil Bypass Filtration Systems
Working closely with Marine Oil Technology (MOT), a Los-Angeles based company that provides the heavy vehicle, construction, and other large equipment markets relying on recirculating oil with fine filtration, PPI introduces a Heat Evacuation Chamber (HEVAC), designed to work with smaller engine oil bypass filtration systems.
Royal Purple is releasing a new line of motor oil aimed at the street/performance enthusiast market. For several years, the American Petroleum Institute (API) has been reducing the maximum limits of common anti-wear zinc/phosphorus anti-wear additives in motor oils via their self-governed licensing program. These changes have left many consumers struggling to find an alternative to the more expensive and difficult to find racing oils.