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Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Maxima Racing Oils

Premium 10w30 Dyno break-in oil

Californian specialist Maxima Racing Oils has a premium grade 10w30 oil that is said to be “specifically designed for breaking-in engines with flat tappet camshafts, roller elements or where elevated levels of anti-wear additives are needed.”
The ideal answer for breaking in rebuilt V-twins on a Dyno, the high zinc/phosphorous formula is blended with highly refined, pure petroleum base stocks “to provide optimum ring seal.” The complex 2X zinc structure “protects for an extended temperature range, outperforming conventional break-in oils.”
Maxima’s V-twin market specialist Garrett Andrews says that “by combining two different zinc compounds, tuners get a double benefit at opposite ends of the operating temperature range. The oil activates at lower temperatures, but also offers more protection at elevated temperatures.”
Garrett goes on to say that “this 10w30 is perfectly balanced and requires no other additives. Dyno tests show more efficiency in the break-in phase when using a purpose build lubricant.”