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Castrol Power SYNTHETIC Racing 4T 5W-40

Castrol Power 1 Racing 4T 5W-40 is a 4-stroke engine oil with fully synthetic oil, which was jointly developed with BMW Motorrad. 


Castrol Power 1 Racing 4T can be used with 4-stroke engines in all Japanese and European motorcycles, scooters, ATVs and quads, the specifications API SJ or JASO MA-2 are required for the manufacturer. 

Key Benefits: 

- Specially designed for the latest generation of boxer engines (water cooling) 
- High-performance lubricant with HC synthetic 
- Ensures top performance with improved acceleration, even under extreme conditions 
- Expressly from BMW Motorrad and Kawasaki recommended 
- With Castrol Trizone technology: Optimal performance for engine and gearbox. Excellent suitability in Clutchs 


BMW K1200 / K1300 / K1600 / S 1000 RR 
Kawasaki KX 250 F / KX 450 F 

Trizone Technology: 
To ensure the efficiency of today's 4-stroke high performance engines, it requires a specially developed for the motorcycle engines lubricant. 
The engine oil in a motorcycle engine must fulfill its tasks in three different areas - "Trizone" - meet. These are the lubrication and cooling of engine and transmission as well as the flawless power transmission by the oil bath clutch. 
These different areas of application, which are lubricated separately into a passenger car must be supplied in a 4-stroke motorcycle engine by only one lubricant. 
To ensure a maximum capacity factor, the Castrol lubricants are designed for 4-stroke motorcycles specifically for this combined application and examined in extensive tests. This is the "Trizone" advantage of 4-stroke motorcycle lubricants from the house Castrol. 

Specifications and approvals: 

  • Model: RS4T5W-404lt
  • 999 Aantal op voorraad
  • Fabrikant: Castrol

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Dit product is toegevoegd aan onze catalogus op woensdag 26 februari, 2020.