Joe Gibbs Break In Oil #00107
Viscosity typical of SAE 15W-50.
•Used by Joe Gibbs Racing to break-in and dyno all their engines
•Petroleum oil provides the highest levels of zinc and phosphorus for flat-tappet engines.
•Additive package promotes ring seal and provides maximum protection available for cams and lifters during initial break-in.
•Requires no additional additives.
•Good for full power pulls on the dyno, one night of racing or up to 400 miles on the street.
•Provides maximum compression and generates maximum horsepower.
•Compatible with methanol and high-octane race fuels.
•Specifically designed for breaking in engines and flat tappet camshafts and lifters
•Combined with Joe Gibbs Driven Engine Assembly Grease, BR provides the highest levels of protection for camshafts, lifters, wrist pins, distributor gears, push rods and valve retainers.
•BR is fully formulated and requires no EOS or other additives.
•BR should be pre-heated to 180F before firing the engine for maximum protection.
•Because it is a 15W-50, BR can be used for up to 2 hours of break-in/dyno time before changing to race oil.
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Why should I use Joe Gibbs Driven Oil
Joe Gibbs Driven Oil is formulated specifically for racing engines and older style flat-tappet engines. A recent camshaft company Technical Bulletin said it best, "Today's engine oil is just not the same as it used to be, thanks to the ever tightening environmental regulations."
Today's passenger car motor oils are formulated to be compatible with your street car's emission control equipment, and Federal EPA requirements have led to a reduction in formulated anti-wear chemistries like Zinc, Phosphorus and Sulfur in API rated engine oils. As a result, the oil you buy today is not the same as it was 10 years ago. While this is good for your street car, it is bad news for your racing engine.
As stated in the book Lubrication Fundamentals,"In heavily loaded applications, flat tappet cam followers operate on partial oil films at least part of the time. Lubricants with anti-wear additives are necessary if rapid wear and surface distress are to be avoided. The oil additive Zinc Dithiophosphate is to provide anti-wear activity for the camshaft and lifters.”
Racing engines see more RPM, higher loads and increased temperatures compared to street engines, so a racing engine requires higher levels of Zinc, Phosphorus, Sulfur and other additives to prevent premature part failure. This is especially true in flat-tappet engines.
Joe Gibbs Driven Racing Oil contains all of the correct additives, like Zinc, Phosphorus and Sulfur in addition to the highest quality base oils to protect your engine.
Again, the book Lubrication Fundamentals sums this up, "Loading on the rubbing surfaces in the valve train may be high, particularly in high speed engines, where stiff valve springs must be used to ensure that the valves close rapidly and positively. This loading can result in lubrication failure unless special care is taken in the formulation of the lubricant." Simply put, the oil used in an engine needs to be formulated specifically for that type of engine. You wouldn't use a stock piston in a race engine, and the same goes for oil.
Our NASCAR championship winning formula protects our 9,000 RPM, Flat-Tappet engines for over 500 miles of competition, and our oils are used by other championship winning engine builders to conquer the grueling 24 hours of Daytona and the Baja 1000. We offer a variety of oil viscosities to fit various engine builds and operating temps.