Outboard Engine Oil Synthetic SAE 10W-30

Lucas Oil Products, Inc.

Outboard Engine Oil Synthetic SAE 10W-30

Lucas Synthetic SAE 10W-30 Outboard Engine Oil is formulated especially for the harsh conditions of high speed water crafts. These outboard engine oils are catalyst compatible and designed for 4-Stroke applications but also work well in Inboards and Personal Water Crafts.

Long lasting and safely blends with synthetic & non-synthetic oils, Lucas outboard engine oils are fortified with a special blend of synthetic additives that coat all moving parts to guard against rust and moisture during long periods of storage.

Key Benefits

  • Excellent for use with supercharged, turbo charged or nitrous oxide high performance engines
  • Protects against rust and moisture during long periods of storage
  • Safely blends and is compatible with synthetic and non-synthetic oils
  • Provides rust and corrosion protection in both fresh water and salt water environments
  • Effective Water Resistance
  • Long Lasting
  • Resist Extreme Pressure
  • Extreme Friction Reducer
  • Contains a special additive package to improve wear protection and increase catalyst life in newer outboards using catalytic converters
  • NMMA® Certified to meet or exceed FC-W (CAT) performance
  • Meets JASO MA standards for air-cooled motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles
  • Meets industry standard API SM (automotive)


  • #10661 - 1 Quart (Case of 6) - 13 lbs
  • #10812 - 5 Quarts (Case of 3) - 31 lbs


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Greg V from K&N Engineering is glad to use Lucas Oil 20W-50 Racing Blend in his oil pan!

Hey guys and gals.

I just wanted to drop you a quick note to let you folks know how glad I am that I have Lucas Oil in my oil pan…

On Friday night at Pomona, I was truckin’ on down the track 1st round… I got the winlight, and after I passed the winlight I noticed that I had absolutely 0 oil pressure. As soon as I possibly could, I grabbed neutral, and clicked the engine off. I coasted around the corner, and came to a stop. I thought maybe my oil pump pick-up tube came off, but after I got back to my pit area, and further inspecting the situation, I realized that it could quite possibly be much worse. After pulling the distributor out, I found that the oil pump drive was missing, which tells me that the oil pump is laying in the oil pan. With 2nd round 30 minutes after the 1st round, I didn’t have time to see about getting it fixed for the next round. So I was a no-show 2nd round. It was too bad, because I was .008 on the tree & 9.914 on the track, and feeling pretty confident.

On Sunday morning, I pulled the oil pan off, and sure enough, I found the oil pump & pick-up laying in the oil pan. It appears that the oil pump just sheared off the rear main cap. So I began looking at the rod bearings, and I think I got extremely lucky, as I pulled down 4 rod caps, and eventhough the bearings were starting to get ugly, the crank looks flawless, thus far. Looks like the top layer of the bearings took a beating. I hope the crank passes magnaflux, otherwise, it’s only going to cost me a set of bearings & possibly some other minor cost. The rods never got hot or blue in color. I’m hoping for the best. I was using the 20W-50 Racing Blend with a quart of oil stabilizer. Thank the lord above I did so. You may use this as a testimonial.  It saved me from having extensive engine damage.


Thanks for the great products!

Greg Ventura
Material Lifecycle Analyst
K&N Engineering, Inc.
Riverside, CA  92507


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