Blended in the UK to Fuzz’s own formulation, its high-zinc content (1300 parts per million) makes it ideal for engines with heavily-loaded rubbing surfaces, eg cam lobes and tappets. Made from carefully chosen base oils, Heritage stays in grade well at high temperatures – ensuring good oil pressure even under extreme usage, including racing!
Highly effective detergent additives ensure minimal levels of unwanted deposits on pistons, spark plugs and cylinder heads.
The formulation of this product is comparable to other brands costing many times more, as can be seen in the table below.
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- Prolonged engine life though reduced wear
- Reduced sludge formation
- High Shear stability for stay-in-grade performance
- Improved bore polishing protection
- Specific Gravity @ 15.6C: 0.889
- Kinematic Viscosity @ 100C: 20.88cSt
- Kinematic Viscosity @ 40C: 189.03cSt
- Viscosity Index: 131
- Flash Point COC: 235C
- Pour Point: -31C
- Total Base Number: 10.2mg KOH/g
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Classic Oils’ own-label Hot Hatch oil is a semi-synthetic 10W-40 engine oil meeting the ACEA and API specifications required by many high performance Hot Hatches from the 1980’s and 90’s.
Blended in the UK to our own formulation of top quality mineral and synthetic base stocks, we have produced a high quality engine oil with outstanding properties at a sensible price. Its naturally higher lubricity offers lower internal friction which reduces engine wear and improves fuel economy.
It provides excellent stay-in-grade performance for a wide range of later classic engines and boasts a ZDDP content of 1300ppm for reduced wear.
- Suitable for a wide range of vehicles
- Excellent high and low temperature stability
- Improved oil consumption and emissions
- Reduced wear of engine components
CharacteristicsClassic Oils Hot Hatch 10W-40SAE Viscosity10W-40Viscosity Index (VI)160Performance LevelAPI: SL / CF
ACEA: A3. B3, B4
VW: 502.00 / 505.00Zinc as ZDDP (ppm)1300Base Oil GroupGrp I & Grp IIIDetergent-Dispersant PackageHighOther–
EP Transmission oil to API GL4 for classic transmissions and overdrives
- High quality solvent refined mineral base stocks with performance additives.
Use as received in gearboxes requiring extreme pressure lubricant. Ideally suited for gearboxes and overdrives found in British cars of the 1960’s and 70’s. Also suitable for older axles orignally specifying EP90 or SAE90.
Excellent wear protection
Multigrade to provide superior lubrication from cold
Ideal for vehicle gearboxes and trans-axles
Causes no damage to yellow metal alloys (ie phosphor bronze etc)
Provides performance meeting or exceeding:
Fuzz Townshend’s Classic Oils’ own label Muscle Car 10W-30 is a low viscosity mineral engine oil, suitable for many American V8’s of the 1960’s and 70s.
Classic Muscle Car 10W-30 is manufactured in the UK from high quality base oils and a carefully balanced additive package to produce a modern oil that is properly suited to the needs of the older V8 engine.
It offers good low and high temperature stability and stay-in-grade performance to perform well even in very hot engine bays.
- The correct viscosity for many classic American V8’s
- Higher flow rates than 20W50 oils to promote cooling
- High zinc levels to protect your camshaft
Classic Oils Beetlejuice HD30 monograde has been specially blended for the demands of the classic Beetle and other vehicles requiring a heavy duty SAE 30 engine oil.
Formulated from high quality base oils and a carefully chosen additive package, the dual demands of cooling and lubrication are handled easily, ensuring your Beetle enjoys a long life and reliable running.
‘Heavy Duty’/’HD’ was a standard used before API specifications were introduced and was one of the very first standards to require an anti-oxidant and detergent content; this contrasted to the additive-free and detergent-free oils that were also commonly used at the time, but is a very small treat rate compared to todays’ modern engine oils.
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- Cost effective
- High zinc levels
- Maintains engine cleanliness