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Full Synthetic 5W-40 Racing Oil

Nulon Full Synthetic 5W-40 Racing Oil is recommended for use in multi-cam, multi-valve, turbocharged, supercharged and naturally aspirated race and highly modified street engines. Group IV Poly Alpha Olefin (PAO) and Group V Alkylated Naphthalene (AN) base oils provide shear stable protection from cold start-up to extreme temperatures. Nulon Full Synthetic 5W-40 Racing Oil provides enhanced protection for vehicles using E85 and other high-performance fuels.

  • High anti-wear protection package (Zinc + Moly DTC = 2300PPM)
  • Suitable for race and highly modified street engines 
  • Durable shear stable formula 
  • High-temperature protection
  • Advanced Group IV Poly Alpha Olefin (PAO) 
  • Advanced Group V Alkylated Naphthalene (AN)

Nulon Full Synthetic 5W-40 Racing Oil is recommended for use in multi-cam, multi-valve, turbocharged, supercharged and naturally aspirated race and highly modified street engines. Group IV Poly Alpha Olefin (PAO) and Group V Alkylated Naphthalene (AN) base oils provide shear stable protection from cold start-up to extreme temperatures. Nulon Full Synthetic 5W-40 Racing Oil provides enhanced protection for vehicles using E85 and other high-performance fuels.

Nulon Full Synthetic 5W-40 Racing Oil contains Molybdenum Dithiocarbamate (Moly DTC), which is scientifically proven to dramatically reduce friction, provide increased protection against engine wear and maximise engine power. 

Benefits

  • Shear stable racing formula for ultimate high-temperature stability.
  • Maintains oil pressure under the most extreme racing conditions.
  • Enhanced protection for vehicles using E85 and other high-performance fuels.
  • Contains Moly DTC proven to reduce friction, reduce wear and achieve maximum engine power. 

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Which Race Oil for me?

Many race car engines begin their life in a street vehicle. From humble beginnings, the search begins to build power and go racing. Through modification, after modification, the quest to achieve a strong reliable race engine must involve choosing the right engine oil for your specific application. Below is a guide to selecting the right oil for your race engine. Begin with the original oil viscosity recommendation as per a standard factory engine and then adjust based upon how mild, or wild, you get with your modifications in the search for power.

Original Engine Oil Recommendation

Nulon Race Oil Recommendation

Stock Engine

Mild Mods*

Wild Mods**

0W-20, 5W-20

NR0W20

NR5W30

NR5W40

0W-30, 5W-30, 10W-30

NR5W30

NR5W40

NR5W50

0W-40, 5W-40, 10W-40, 15W-40

NR5W40

NR5W50

NR10W60

0W-50, 5W-50, 10W-50, 15W-50, 20W-50

NR5W50

NR10W60

 

10W-60

NR10W60

   

* Modifications with up to 20% power increase
** Modifications with over 20% power increase

Caution

NOTE: Not recommended for vehicles fitted with catalytic converters.

CAUTION: Avoid skin contact with used oil. Wear suitable gloves. If skin contact occurs, wash immediately with soap and water. Avoid prolonged and repeated contact with used oil. Protect the environment. Do not pollute drains, ground or water with used oil. Dispose of container as per EPA guidelines. Do not use this container for fuel or solvents.

Specifications

Meets or exceeds the following oil industry specifications

Specification GroupsSpecifications
Society of Automotive Engineers
SAE 5W-40
Moly DTC
Contains Moly DTc
Blend Type
Full Synthetic

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What is Moly DTC?

Nulon engine oils contain Moly DTC. This unique, state of the art, engine oil additive offers huge reductions in friction to provide improved fuel economy and provide optimum wear protection.

 

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What is Poly Alpha Olefin (PAO) ?

Poly Alpha Olefin or PAO is a 100% synthetic base oil stock used in the production of high performance lubricants. PAO’s typically have a higher viscosity index than mineral oils and better oxidative stability- i.e.they are less likely to breakdown.

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What are the benefits of PAO over mineral based oils?

PAO offers a number of benefits over mineral based oils including:

  • Shear stable under extreme operating conditions
  • Enhanced wear protection
  • Greater oxidative stability
  • Excellent protection under high heat and high load applications
  • Excellent low-temperature viscosities
  • Extremely high viscosity index
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What does Group IV and Group V base oils mean?

All engine lubricants start life as a base oil and fall into either Group I, II, III, IV or V base oils.  Group I and II base stocks are typically ‘less refined’ and form the basis of Mineral or semi synthetic base oils.

Group III base oils are widely considered to be synthetic while group IV an group V base oils are 100% fully synthetic and offer the highest level of lubricant protection and performance. Nulon Racing oil is blended using group IV and group V base oils.

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What is Alkylated Naphthalene (AN)?

AN (Alkylated Naphthalene) is a 100% synthetic base oil stock well suited for lubricants in a variety of automotive and industrial applications. AN is particularly suited for use as a base stock in synthetic lubricant applications that require high stability under extreme operating conditions. 

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What are the benefits of AN over conventional base oils?

There are a number of important performance characteristics AN have over other base oils and these include:

  • Increased thermal and oxidative stability
  • Increased hydrolytic stability. AN does not attract water like ester based oils making it ideal for vehicles running E85 or other high performance fuels.
  • Excellent additive solvency.
  • Excellent seal compatibility.
  • AN is less polar versus ester, therefore will not compete with additive for metal surface attention.
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