Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Is it really PURPLE?

One of the most common questions our tech manager is asked by our automotive product consumers is, "Is the oil really purple?" The answer is yes! All Royal Purple automotive and motorcycle/ATV lubricants are purple except for Royal Purple Max ATF.  It is red like any other automatic transmission fluid.”

Another question related to the color of our motor oil is, "Does Royal Purple maintain its purple color after it’s put into service?" No. The dye that’s used to color the oil dissipates shortly after being put into service. The color will turn brown at some point.

Royal Purple Motor Oil delivers superior protection and improves performance in four-cycle gasoline and diesel engines. It increases horsepower and torque, saves fuels and reduces heat, wear and emissions. Royal Purple’s motor oils for passenger cars and trucks are API licensed. Check out this video

Our motor oils are available in 0W40, 5W20, 5W30, 5W40, 10W30, 10W40, 15W40, 20W50, SAE 30, SAE 40 and SAE 50 weights.

For those seeking enhanced performance in high performance vehicles not under warranty, we recommend our XPR – Extreme Performance and Racing motor oil.

For improved performance in two-cycle engines, check out Royal Purple 2-Cycle TCW III.
Check out our new proprietary bottle.

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