Extreme Pressure Valve Train Grease

Lucas Oil Products, Inc.

Extreme Pressure Valve Train Grease

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Extreme Pressure Valve Train Synthetic Grease contains special bonding agents that create a powerful lubricant film between moving metal surfaces. This film can withstand extreme heat and mechanical pressure to keep metal parts separated, protecting them from scoring and seizing.

Key Benefits

  • Greatly reduces friction on moving parts to prevent galling
  • Excellent adhesion quality
  • Excellent on all surfaces requiring an extreme pressure lubricant
  • Perfect for assembly lube on rod bolts
  • Protects pushrod ends on initial start up
  • Essential for roller lifters, rockers, pushrods and camshafts

Packaging

  • #10563 - 1 Ounce Tube

Documentation

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Safety Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet

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Mack Johnson uses Lucas Oil ATF in a Ford Mustang

I just wanted to send you a note to let you know how much I appreciate the support from Lucas Oil and Dunn Benson Ford this year. Without it, it just wouldn’t have been possible to have the kind of year we had.

With your help, we were able to finish up the year with two wins, two more runner-ups and numerous late-round finishes. We also ended up with a third place finish in the points standings at Dunn Benson Dragstrip. Naturally, I would have loved to finish higher but considering I started the season just hoping for a top 10 finish, it’s safe to say I’m very happy with how the year went for us. We were also able to qualify for the IHRA Division 1 Bracket Finals at Virginia Motorsports Park. Driver error knocked us out in the second round. We did win three out of four rounds we were in that weekend though, so not a bad weekend overall. Just being able to attend the races was a dream come true, and again, you helped make it possible.

I also want to say that all the Lucas Oil Products in our car performed absolutely flawlessly all year long. We put about 400 runs on the car this year and the only failure we had (other than driver failure) was a leaking pump gasket in the transmission, definitely not an oil related problem. I think that switching to the Lucas Transmission fluid was the single most important thing we did last year to make the car more consistent. Before the switch, our first run off the trailer would many times be several hundredths slower than successive runs. However, this year it was not unusual at all to have the first and second time trial runs be less than 1 one-hundredth of a second apart, and in two different lanes at that. I can only attribute this to the more stable viscosity of the transmission fluid at varying temperatures.

On the night of one of our wins, we made a total of 10 runs in one night including time trials and even making runs as little as 10 minutes apart, the car stayed very consistent. Please thank the good people at Lucas Oil for making such good products.

Mack Johnson
MJS Racing Ford Mustang

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