Motul

Motul 300V Racing Motor Oil 100% Synthetic Ester Core 2-Liters

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Product SKU: MOT 104238

Motul's 300V Motorsport range of lubricants are specifically formulated for racing applications. Formulated with double esters and extremely efficient antifriction stocks, the 300V's are 100% SYNTHETIC and include no-or quite little (*)-viscosity boosters to achieve an extraordinary high resistance to shear.

The common characteristics along the whole 300V line are :

  • a remarkable decrease of the engines internal frictions, which guarantees high performance and reliability, quite often topped with a noticeable decrease of running noises
  • a top resistance to high temperature charring - an extreme resistance of the oil film
  • a low volatility, with quite little evaporation at high temperatures.
    MANUFACTURERS REFERENCES : HONDA MUGEN, OSELLA ALFA ROMEO, PORSCHE, JAGUAR, NISMO, VENTURI, KREMER PORSCHE, COURAGE, SONAUTO PORSCHE, and many private racing teams.

The goal of racing is to optimize the performance of a given machine for a specific race. Hence, a single lubricant alone cannot possibly achieve top performance for every engine type in every event. Motul's 300V Motorsport lubricants, thanks to its line-up of four different products, shall match every combination of motors and races. Suit engines of any displacement, whether of recent or past technology (Historic racing car type), multivalve, turbocharged or atmospheric, carburettors as well as fuel-injection, using leaded or unleaded gas, diesel-oil or liquefied gas, and catalytic exhausts.

300V is offered in a wide array of viscosities targeted to specific racing applications and provides excellent properties such as increase power output, increased flow, quick pressure setup, faster revving and high pressure even at high RPM and high temperature. Choosing the right formula may result in the extra tenth needed to cross the line ahead of your opponent.

300V is not designed for extended oil change intervals, therefore it should be changed after track/race events, at 3000 miles on ultra high performance street vehicles or at 5000 miles on lower performance engines.


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