Lightest or Qualifying Race Oils

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NEO has some excellent low vis racing oils. Fuchs Silkolene has a 0w20 that some Porsche Carrera Cup teams are rumored to be using.
 
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Quaker State Q has a 5w you can get from Jegs. Lucas has a pro stock oil in 0w-5, 0w-10, and 0w-20
 
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As oliver88 said, NEO have had a 0W-5 since the late eighties/early nineties. I used to run it from '93 on in races, it was worth it at the time.
 
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Redline, NEO and RP all make low vis racing oils. Redline makes a 2wt oil. Mobil 1 0w-20 is about 6.6 cSt.
 

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Buster I've heard M1 is making their 0W-20 street oil again but I don't see it on their website just their 5W-20? M1's 0W-20 racing oil vis @ 100C is 7.85 although it's pretty low @ 40C, 41.3 cSt. A problem I have with NEO is that they don't seem to provide a Product Data Sheet plus it's not available in Canada. Silkolene is also not available here.
 
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what are the differences in make-up of Gibbs XP0, Redline 2W Pro Stock, Lucas Pro Stock oil and others. PAO? Ester? ZDDP? Moly?
 
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Most all the oil companys major or minor can supply this type of oil. Most here would be suprised at a VOA, it's not what some here would call "robust".
 
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