Hi-Tec Super 60 (SAE 25W/60) is a very specialised engine oil for all naturally aspirated and turbocharged four stroke gasoline passenger car and motorcycle engines. It meets and exceeds the API Service Classifications SG/CD. It gives vastly improved protection against engine wear, high temperature oxidation deposits and sludge formation as well as protection against low temperature “black sludge” development.
LONGER ENGINE LIFE. Hi-Tec Super 60 provides increased engine life since the minimal wear rates associated with quality SF engine oil are decreased by at least 30%. Newly developed anti-wear additives minimise wear under all service conditions to rings, cylinders, bearings, timing gear, valve train and all moving engine surfaces.
BLACK SLUDGE BEATEN. The increased levels of powerful dispersants and detergents of Hi-Tec Super 60 maintain clean engines under all service conditions. The special active ashless dispersants inhibit formation of Black Sludge especially under the constant cold temperature operation of urban motoring which is a major cause of this harmful sludge. Engine passages are kept clean to ensure full-bodied lubricant reaches every critical engine component requiring lubrication.
HIGH TEMPERATURE PERFORMANCE is enhanced by the careful selection of thermally stable base oils, oxidation inhibitors and detergents. High temperature deposits and lacquers associated with oxidation and nitration (which occurs in lean burn fuelled engines) are avoided so that peak engine performance is always available under the extremes of sustained high speed highway motoring. Viscosity thickening is a parameter of oxidation. Hi-Tec Super 60 contributes to less oxidation and more protection from piston deposits compared to conventional SF engine oils (when tested in the ASTM Sequence IIIE engine).
RUST & CORROSION. Protection by high levels of alkali reserve additives neutralises those acidic corrosive combustion products which have been scavenged past the rings. Rust inhibitors overcome the rust inducing condensation tendencies in cooling engines after engine shut-down.