ELGIN, Ill. — The performance engine specialists at Elgin Industries have introduced an advanced engine lubricant additive featuring a proprietary blend of zinc dialkyl-dithio-phosphate (ZDDP) and other anti-wear additives.
Elgin Pro-Stock Engine Armor with ZDDP features a blend of ZDDP, molybdenum disulfide, integrated phosphates and mineral oils, which are designed to help significantly enhance the engine break-in process and increase engine service life, according to the company.
ZDDP was commonly used in engine lubricants for decades before it was eliminated due to concerns regarding potential contamination of exhaust catalysts. According to the company, using Elgin Pro-Stock Engine Armor with ZDDP provides a vital margin of safety for engine rebuilders and service shops by restoring engine oils to pre-OBD quality and performance. Engine Armor is compatible with any engine oil.
“Engine Armor with ZDDP is the proven solution to premature engine wear and an important investment in the engine rebuilding industry,” said Elgin Industries President Bill Skok.
Elgin Pro-Stock Engine Armor with ZDDP is available in 4-ounce bottles through leading engine parts distributors and jobbers.