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DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR HOT RODS AND CLASSICS
From the leader in racing lubricants, a line of high performance synthetic oils designed for muscle car, hot rod and classic engines. Driven Hot Rod High Performance Synthetic Oils build on the original formula while adding critical additives to fight rust and corrosion even when your engine is not running. The additive technology used is the same that was developed for the U.S. Military for storage and shipping. Driven Hot Rod High Performance Synthetic Oils feature higher levels of Zinc (ZDDP) than regular oils to deliver proper anti-wear protection for older style push-rod and flat-tappet engines.
FEATURES OF DRIVEN HR3 15W-50
High Zinc Content: Higher levels of Zinc (ZDDP) than regular passenger car oils. Delivers proper anti-wear protection for older style push-rod and flat-tappet engines.
Camshaft Wear Protection: Superior camshaft wear protection chemistry. The same wear protection found in Driven Racing Oil which has powered Joe Gibbs Racing to multiple NASCAR Championships.
Storage Protection: Uses the same oil additive technology developed for the U.S. Military for storing and shipping their combat equipment. Protects against rust and corrosion so your engine is protected even when it's not running.
NO ADDITIVES NEEDED:
Be it for a flat tappet camshaft or hypoid ring and gear set, Driven Racing Oil™ products have the correct additives for that application. You do not need to add an aftermarket oil treatment to any Driven Racing Oil™ product. Every Driven Racing Oil™ lubricant is carefully formulated to provide the necessary protection for its specific application. The use of an aftermarket oil treatment may degrade the performance of the lubricant- a situation called “additive clash”. To avoid this, do not use any aftermarket additives with any Driven Racing Oil™ product.
Every Driven Racing Oil™ lubricant is designed to complement the other Driven lubricants- creating a synergistic effect where the whole protective package is greater than the sum of the individual parts. Using different brands of assembly lube, break-in oil and race oil may not yield this effect.