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  1. 76IHscoutII

    76IHscoutII Wut Apex!?! Established Member

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    Just curious if anyone has any data on Millers Racing Oils? From the limited research I've done (~5min), it seems they are more well known in Europe and popular with BTCC and WRC. I personally have never heard of them.

    The price is pretty steep, but with NASA naming them "Official Lubricant of NASA for the 2016 season", a decent discount is available which brings it close to other high end offerings, e.g. Redline, Amsoil, Gibbs, etc

    thoughts?
     
  2. MillersOils

    MillersOils New Member

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    Hi,

    Millers Oils here, we are a (very) British company with a 130 year history of innovation in lubrication technology particularly in the motorsport arena via our multi award winning “Nanodrive” technology available from Performance Racing Oils in the US. We pride ourselves on being a premium performing brand which carries a premium price and back our product against any other available – be assured the current NASA offer represents outstanding value for money

    Here is some of our racing oil data. These are before and after graphs of dynamometer tests using a good quality synthetic oil and the same viscosity CFS Nanotechnology Millers Grade.

    As you can see in the first graph with the normal oil testing a 3.0 Litre Porsche RSR the blue line shows the roller which is recording the power of the wheels. The green line records the power loss as the engine runs down.

    The green and the blue line combine to create the red line which signifies the power of the engine. Furthermore the amber line represents to amount of torque.

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    The second graph shows our Nanotechnology oil Power Data and how it has increased overall including the Norm Power which has risen from 200.00 kW to 211.00kW which is a 5% increase on the normal oil.

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    Kind Regards,

    Millers Oils
     

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