Sunoco Super C 40

Sunoco Super C 40
Sunoco Lubricants

PRICE:
$89.98
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WEIGHT:
0.00 LBS


Sunoco Super C 40 Weight Monograde Engine Oil

Sunoco Super C 40W is a high quality low ash (less than 1%) engine oil formulated for heavy duty diesel engines where ash deposits are a problem. The low ash content reduces ash deposits and helps keep intakes clear. It's low ash content is designed for use in Detroit Diesel 2-Stroke Engines requiring less than 1 percent sulfated ash content.

Applications 

Recommended for diesel and gasoline engines manufactured by American, European, Japanese, Korean and other manufacturers from around the world. 

Features & Benefits 

Sunoco Super C 40 is formulated with high quality base oils and additives to promote long engine life, provide superior protection against rust, corrosion and harmful oxidation, and are designed to help reduce engine wear and oil consumption. 

Sunoco Super C 40 Meets the following specifications:

  • API CF, CF-2
  • API SL
  • Detroit 2-Stroke Oil Type 1

3 Reviews | Write a Review.

  • 5
    Detroit 2-stroke Oil

    Posted by TJ on Apr 02 2019

    So happy to find this product for may Detroit V92. I know they are a disappearing but they are great engines. This less than 1% ash oil is really hard to find. Please keep it in stock

  • 5
    Detroit 2-stroke Oil

    Posted by TJ on Apr 02 2019

    So happy to find this product for may Detroit V92. I know they are a disappearing but they are great engines. This less than 1% ash oil is really hard to find. Please keep it in stock

  • 5
    Good oil good price

    Posted by Rich on Jun 28 2018

    I purchased two 5 gallon buckets of Sunoco SuperC 40wt oil from PSC. Straight weight oil is getting harder to find, but 2 stroke Detroits need it. The Sunoco has very low ash content and the price from PSC was definitely right. Shipped the next morning and I had it the following day. Great service and great price.

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