A New Driven Oil That Is Safe For Vintage And Classic Engines

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If you’re looking for a conventional oil that is perfect for your classic, GP-1 Might be just what you need.

If you have read anything on the internet lately about engine oil, you know there are a lot of myths about what’s needed for a given engine. Knowing what oil you need for a given situation is paramount. Take for instance, what is a break-in oil? Do I need a break-in oil? Can I run synthetic in my small block? These are all valid questions,

For those of you that prefer to run a conventional oil, Driven Racing Oil, has released its new line of GP-1 conventional oils for a variety of applications. This oil is engineered specifically for use in vintage engines, and according to Driven Oil, its GP-1 conventional oils utilize modern additive technology to achieve optimum performance and protection.

We’re told this conventional oil is formulated with premium Pennsylvania Grade base oil and features a high-pressure viscosity coefficient and superior lubrication properties. GP-1 also gives the user a high zinc (ZDDP) content which is great for enthusiasts with flat-tappet camshafts. The unique formulation found in GP-1 is engineered to prevent leaks and assist with ring seal and features high film strength for anti-scuff protection. The GP-1 oil is available in several weights, including a Break-In 20W-50, SAE 40, and SAE 50.

Driven Racing designed its GP-1 conventional SAE 40 for antique and classic engines that require a 40-grade oil. The SAE 50 is optimized for vintage racing applications and includes methanol-fed and supercharged engines. The high zinc and molybdenum (Moly) content of GP-1 SAE 40 and SAE 50 reduces friction and provides extreme pressure protection, leading to decreased engine wear and improved efficiency.

Driven oil is available in one-gallon bottles, with a retail price of $34.29. To learn more about the line of GP-1 Conventional oils and other Driven Racing Oil products, visit drivenracingoil.com.

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Randy Bolig

Randy Bolig has been working on cars and has been involved in the hobby ever since he bought his first car when he was only 14 years old. His passion for performance got him noticed by many locals, and he began helping them modify their vehicles.
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