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Motul 300v Power 5w40 Racing Engine Oil (2 Liter Can) on 2040-parts.com

US $29.99
Location:

Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States

Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States
Condition:New Country/Region of Manufacture:France

100% synthetic racing motor oil based on ESTER Core® technology. Through technical partnerships with most prestigious Teams of car racing, MOTUL has developed a wide range of lubricants for Racing and Sport cars. The 300V motorsport line improves performance of the latest generation engines along with high protection against wear, oil pressure drop and oxidation due to high temperature. Power and Reliability. Medium engine dilution.

Type of use: Sprint / Rally  

Packaging: 2 Liter Tin Can

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