|Bearing Using Leading Synthetic|
“Oil specifications are now more focused on emissions equipment compatibility at the expense of valve train protection. As a performance oil manufacturer, we felt the need to tailor an oil line to the needs of our performance-minded customers,” said Jared Martin, Royal Purple National Account Manager and STLE Certified Lubrication Specialist. “Customers can now have the best of both worlds. They can select our API licensed motor oil for their car(s) under warranty needing an emission compliant API motor oil. Those wanting more performance and wear protection can select HPS for modified vehicles and those no longer under warranty.”
|Bearing Using Royal Purple HPS|
Tests on a new bearing show the difference in wear when using Royal Purple’s HPS compared to the leading synthetic motor oil.
Until a new bearing surface is magnified 1500x, the surface appears smooth. The second image shows the same bearing with a roughened surface after using a leading synthetic oil. The third image is the same bearing after using Royal Purple HPS. Royal Purple’s high film strength improves combustion to free up more power, optimize fuel economy and reduce emissions. High film strength also dramatically reduces wear.
HPS rounds out Royal Purple’s lines of motor oils and XPR formulated for racing engines. “HPS is a very cost-effective alternative to our XPR line for customers looking for the ultimate in street performance,” added Martin.
Royal Purple HPS is available in several popular multi-viscosity grades for both gas and diesel engines: 5W20, 5W30, 10W30, 10W40 and 20W50.
Summit Racing and JEGS.