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Dyno-Q Qualifying Race Oil - 1 Quart
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Lub-Tek Dyno-Q Racing Engine Oil - 1 Quart

Part Number: Dyno-Q
Your Price: $10.00
Lube Tech Racing Engine Oil 1 Qt
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Dyno Q is for Qualifying; this oil has been tried and true for many years, especially for the years dominated by flatheads to be one of the best oils.

This oil is particularly designed to get the most out of your qualifying times.

From Winston Cup to Gold Cup, Lub-Tek has the right engine oil and lubricant to put your kart in the winner's circle. The results of many laboratories and on-track tests created a line of fully synthetic oils that are clean-burning, increase horsepower, and provide better wear than any other oil available. Cylinder heads are free from carbon buildup and plug fouling.

Highly recommended for box stock flathead and OHV engines like the clone, predator, or animal on gas or methanol.


Q. How much oil does my Honda Clone or Predator 212 take?

A. The owner's manual recommends 0.5 quarts or 16oz. Most Racing Engines will only use 14oz to reduce windage and reduce the amount of oil that evacuates the crankcase vents and breather assembly. For other engine's use their owner's manual for recommendations

For the Dyno-Q Qualifying Oil, use 10-12oz to reduce windage and replace it with 14oz of oil for the race. 

Q. How often do I change the oil in my Honda Clone or Predator 212?

A. For racing applications, it is recommended to change it at least once every race day when running gas. Engines running Methanol will need to change more frequently due to oil dilution. 

For Stock Engines running below 4000rpms, check the oil every 20 hours.

For recreational engines running below 7000rpms, check the oil every 5-8 hours.

To check the oil, you can use your dipstick or drain some of the oil. If you find containments, dark discoloration, or smells like fuel and not oil, then it's time to change your oil. Otherwise, you can pour the drained oil back into the engine or replace it with the same amount of new oil. 

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