Our friends at Lunati are no strangers to being in the forefront when it comes to new advances in automotive tech, and their newest project, the Bootlegger series, is another sure fire way for them to maintain that position. Being at the top can earn you quite a reputation, and the second video of this outlaw trilogy shows you that infamy comes with a price.
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racing does not mean its zinc coentnt is any higher than what you find at ChinaMart. You have to check to be sure.Should also realize that ZDDP (zinc/phosphorus) was reduced in part because high levels damage catalytic converters. Expensive components to replace. There are some substitutes for zinc that reportedly work well and do not damage converters.