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Royal Purple is releasing a new line of motor oil aimed at the street/performance enthusiast market. For several years, the American Petroleum Institute (API) has been reducing the maximum limits of common anti-wear zinc/phosphorus anti-wear additives in motor oils via their self-governed licensing program. These changes have left many consumers struggling to find an alternative to the more expensive and difficult to find racing oils. To address this void, Royal Purple is introducing its High Performance Street (HPS) motor oil to consumers with performance/modified engines and vehicles that have exceeded the factory warranty period.

HPS is formulated with Royal Purple’s proprietary Synerlec® additive technology and utilizes a more robust zinc/phosphorous anti-wear package than API currently allows. Synerlec provides exceptional oil film strength and the load carrying capability needed by flat tappet and/or high lift camshafts, as well as outstanding oxidation resistance as compared to common mineral or synthetic API-licensed engine oils. Royal Purple’s HPS provides the ideal solution for performance enthusiasts looking for added protection.

“Oil specifications are now more focused on emissions equipment compatibility at the expense of valve train protection. As a performance oil manufacturer, we felt the need to tailor an oil line to the needs of our performance-minded customers,” said Jared Martin, Royal Purple National Account Manager and STLE Certified Lubrication Specialist. “Customers can now have the best of both worlds. They can select our API licensed motor oil for their car(s) under warranty needing an emission compliant API motor oil. Those wanting more performance and wear protection can select HPS for modified vehicles and those no longer under warranty.”

Royal Purple’s high film strength improves combustion to free up more power, optimize fuel economy and reduce emissions. High film strength also dramatically reduces wear.

HPS rounds out Royal Purple’s lines of motor oils and XPR formulated for racing engines. “HPS is a very cost-effective alternative to our XPR line for customers looking for the ultimate in street performance,” added Martin.

Royal Purple HPS is available in several popular multi-viscosity grades for both gas and diesel engines: 5W20, 5W30, 10W30, 10W40 and 20W50.
 

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Sounds like a great addition to your excellent line of products. I think you'll have a nice market for this product.

I've been running the 20w50 XPR for a few years. What can you tell me about the properties of this product i.e. wear, lubricity, stability to ethanol/methanol, etc?
 

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Welcome, sounds like a good product
 

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if its by api standards how much abuse can this oil really take? ive been using royal purple race oil for 30k now and i must say im impressed but the whole in my wallet for every oil change is pretty depressing
 

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Kippen 03 - If the question is looking for a comparison between the XPR and HPS fluids, then the answer is that the XPR oils are still our top of the line engine oils. The HPS oils are meant to fit between the new API SN SAE street engine oils and the XPR engine oils in both performance and price.
 

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MrSRT - let me know where you are located and I can get you in contact with one of our regional managers who will be able to direct you to a WD in your area.
 
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