This indicates how well the oil will flow through the engine at different parts of operation to provide protection and increase fuel economy. The first number is the cold rating (paired with a “W” to indicate “winter”). The lower the number, the easier the oil will flow throughout the engine. The second number indicates how well the oil flows in hotter temperatures. The higher the number, the better the oil flows in warm temperatures.
He played football in high school and attended Cerritos College.John is one of six children. John has five siblings- Walker, Louie, Tom , and Cindy Hem were all older than John. Walker and Cindy still live near John in Southern California. Walker Force and Louie Force have worked with John over the years, but Walker Force is the only sibling now working at JFR.
A Take 5 technician will help you identify the correct viscosity based on your vehicle’s manufacturer requirements and individual needs. 2008 was a subpar season for Force who finished 7th, out of the top five for the first time since early in his career. Should the engine backfire at any time during a race, the fuel pump is automatically shut down, and the parachutes are deployed. The idea was to either minimize or eliminate the circumstances that led to Kalitta’s death. This safety device became mandatory and was put into place at the start of the 2009 season. Also, a brake handle that, instead of needing to be pulled back toward the driver, was set up to be pushed away from the driver was made an optional setting for the Funny Car division.
It is made with seal conditioners to help reduce leaks and advanced additives to minimize engine wear and improve fuel economy. Features superior dispersancy that fights sludge build-up and exceptional oil burn-off. This protection exceeds industry standards based on API and ACEA volatility specifications. Exceeds manufacturer’s warranty requirements for applications requiring API SN and ILSAC GF-5. Castrol GTX conventional motor oil features TriShield for superior sludge protection.
TriShield is a unique triple-action technology that attracts, captures, and disperses particles that can build up in engines and causes sludge buildup. It stops small particles from becoming big problems and protects the car you rely on. This innovative technology Castrol GTX uses a polymer that contains two chemical hooks that attract and capture both sludge and soot in a single molecule, helping to prevent particles from building up. With TriShield Technology, Castrol has improved the potency and protection that GTX provides.