Wednesday, March 16, 2011

XPR 3.1 Available in 1-Gallon Container

The newest addition to the XPR line of extreme performance and racing oils  is Royal Purple's XPR 3.1. The ultra-light viscosity oil XPR 3.1 is designed exclusively for tight-tolerance, high-RPM, naturally aspirated engines running gapless piston rings. It offers excellent protection while producing maximum horsepower, and is intended for the most competitive classes such as Pro Stock, Pro Stock Motorcycle, Comp Eliminator and NASCAR (qualifying). The ultra low viscosity provides maximum horsepower when it counts, by keeping parasitic losses to an absolute minimum while providing unparalleled protection.

“Extensive dyno and track testing showed significant improvements from Royal Purple’s Racing 2005 and other tested motor oils,” said David Nickens, NHRA Pro Stock engine builder. “It improved horsepower, torque and has resulted in lowered track times.”

Royal Purple’s XPR line of oils combine the highest quality synthetic base oil, Royal Purple’s proprietary Synerlec additive technology and additional performance enhancers to create a lubricant that maximizes horsepower and torque, while providing the highest level of protection against heat and wear. XPR provides more protection than conventional motor oils — mineral or synthetic — including those combined with aftermarket additives.

XPR 3.1 is an upgraded, more robust formulation of the racing oil formerly known as Racing 2005.  “Racing oil has been a huge part of the Royal Purple history and it was time to update our high end product. After hours of lab testing and track time, the new XPR 3.1 emerged,” said Jared Martin of Royal Purple.

Royal Purple suggests following manufacturer and/or engine builders recommendations when selecting oil viscosity. For recommendations on modified engines contact the technical support department at or 888-382-6300.

XPR 3.1 is available in five-gallon pails, and for those racers who don’t need a large quantity, it is also available in a new and more convenient one-gallon container.

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