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AMSOIL INC. "The First In Synthetics"®  PRODUCT CHRONOLOGY 
2008 Diesel Concentrate Plus Cold Flow Improver (October)
2008 INJEN Power-Flow Gasoline Intake Systems (September)
2008 Dominator® Synthetic Racing Oils: 5W-20, 10W-30 and 15W-50 (August)
2008 Heavy-Duty By-Pass Filtration System (BMK30) (July)
2008 INJEN Power-Flow Diesel Intake Systems (March)
2008 Severe Gear® Synthetic SAE 190 and SAE 250 Gear Lubricants (February)
2008 Series 500 DOT 3 High Performance Brake Fluid (BF3) (January)
2008 Series 600 DOT 4 Racing Brake Fluid (BF4) (January)
2007 Signature Series 0W-30 100% Synthetic Motor Oil (SSO) (October)
2007 EaPF Pre-Filters (September)
2007 EaAB Crankcase Breather Filters (August)
2007 Synthetic Universal Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) (Gallons added to lineup – May)
2007 EaAR Carbureted Engine Air Filters (April)
2007 Formula 4-Stroke 10W-40 Synthetic Scooter Oil (ASO) (April)
2007

P.i. Performance Improver (API) (reformulated – March)

2007

100% Synthetic 0W-20 Motor Oil (ASM) (March)

2007 SEVERE GEAR® Synthetic Extreme Pressure (EP) 75W-110 Lubricant (SVT)
2006 Synthetic 5W-40 Premium Diesel Oil (DEO)
2006 Diesel Cold Flow Improver (DFF)
2006 Diesel Concentrate Performance Fuel Additive (ADF)
2006 Ea Air Motorcycle Filters (EaAM)
2006 Ea Oil Motorcycle Filters (EaOM)
2006 Ea Air Induction Filters (EaAU)
2006 Ea Bypass Filters (EaBP)
2006 Formula 4-Stroke® Small Engine Oil 10W-30/SAE 30 (ASE)
2006 Engine Fogging Oil (FOG)
2005 Ea Oil Filters (EaO)
2005 Ea Air Filters (EaA)
2005 Formula 4-Stroke® Marine Synthetic Motor Oil 10W-30 (WCT)
2005 Formula 4-Stroke® Marine Synthetic Motor Oil 10W-40 (WCF)
2005 Manual Synchromesh Transmission Fluid (MTF)
2005 Manual Transmission & Transaxle Gear Lube (MTG)
2005 Motorcycle Oils (MCF and MCV)
2005 Marine Gear Lube (AGM)
2005 AMSOIL Foam Air Filter Cleaner (FFC)
2004 AMSOIL Long Life Synthetic 75W-90 Gear Lube (FGR)
2004

AMSOIL Long Life Synthetic 80W-140 Gear Lube (FGO)

2004 SEVERE GEAR™ Synthetic Extreme Pressure 75W-140 Lubricant (SVO)
2004 SEVERE GEAR™ Synthetic Extreme Pressure 75W-90 Lubricant (SVG)
2004 AMSOIL High Tack Foam Filter Oil (AFO)
2004 AMSOIL Power Core™ Filters GM H2 Hummer 6.0L Vortec™ and Ford 6.0L Diesel PowerStroke™ Applications (PCF)
2004 AMS-Oiler™ Oil Precharger (AMK)
2004 AMSOIL PowerSports Air Filters
2004 BriteSide Heavy Duty SCRUB Hand Cleaner With Pumice (BHP)
2004 Synthetic 5W-40 European Engine Oil (AFL)
2004 Saber Outboard Synthetic 100:1 Pre-Mix 2-Cycle Oil (ATO)
2004 Saber Professional Synthetic 100:1 Pre-Mix 2-Cycle Oil (ATP)
2004 HP Injector Synthetic 2-Cycle Oil (HPI)
2004 DOMINATOR Synthetic 2-Cycle Racing Oil (TDR)
2003 Torque-Drive™ Synthetic Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATD)
2003 INTERCEPTOR Synthetic 2-Cycle Oil (AIT)
2003 Slip Lock™ Differential Additive (ADA)
2003 SAE 10W-40 XL Synthetic Motor Oil (XLO)
2002 BriteSide Heavy Duty SCRUB Hand Cleaner (BSH)
2002 High Performance SuperDuty Motorcycle Filters (SMF)
2002 BriteSide T6 Cleaning Concentrate (BT6)
2001 Sirocco® Synthetic Ester Compressor Oil (SEI)
2001 SAE 0W-40 Formula 4-Stroke® Power Sports Synthetic Motor Oil (AFF)
2001 SAE 5W-20 XL Synthetic Motor Oil (XLM)
2001 X-Treme Synthetic Polymer Food Grade Grease (GXC)
2001 Supershift Racing Transmission Fluid (ART)
2001 Shock Therapy Suspension Fluid (STL & STM)
2000 Universal Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF)
2000 SAE 20W-50 Synthetic High Performance Motorcycle Engine Oil (AMV)
2000 SAE 10W-40 Synthetic High Performance Motorcycle Engine Oil (AMF)
2000 SAE 20W-50 Synthetic High Performance Motor Oil (ARO)
2000 SAE 10W-40 Synthetic High Performance Motor Oil (AMO)
1999 Thermally Stable Biodegradable Hydraulic Oil (TBI)
1999 SAE 60 Synthetic Super Heavy Weight Racing Oil (AHR)
1999 Heavy Duty Metal Protector (AMH)
1999 Series 2000 Chaincase Oil (TCC)
1998 Series 2000 2-Cycle Racing Oil
1998 Gasoline Stabilizer (AST)
1998 Octane Boost (AOB)
1998 AW Series Hydraulic Oils
1998 New By-Pass Oil Filter Kits Introduced
1998 Series 2000 Synthetic 75W-140 Gear Lube
1997 Pure Power Spot and Stain Remover
1997 The AMSOIL Quick Lube Program Introduced
1997 Series 2000 Synthetic 75W-90 Gear Lube
1997 AMSOIL INC.'s "The First In Synthetics" is trademarked
1997 Synthetic 5th Wheel and Open Gear Compound (GFW)
1997 SAE 5W-30 XL Synthetic Motor Oil (XLF)
1997 SAE 10W-30 XL Synthetic Motor Oil (XLM)
1997 PI Quick Shot
1997 Pro Formula Car Polish
1996 Under Coat
1996 Series 3000 Synthetic 5W-30 Heavy Duty Diesel Oil (HDD)
1996 Non-Flammable Rust Preventative
1996 Pro Formula BriteSide
1996 Pro Formula Metal Polish
1996 Pro Formula Vinyl and Leather Protectant
1996 Pro Formula Vinyl and Leather Cleaner
1996 Air Freshener Spray
1996 Series 2000 0W-30 Synthetic Motor Oil
1996 Silicone Lubricant Spray (ALS)
1996 Miracle Wash Waterless Wash and Polish (AMW)
1995 Series 2000 Racing Grease (GRG)
1995 Water Resistant Synthetic Grease (GWR)
1995 Pure Power Plus Multi-Purpose Cleaner
1995 Lure Gard Aqueous Rust Preventative with Fish Attractant
1995 Multi-Purpose Synthetic Spray Grease (GLC)
1995 Series 2000 Synthetic 20W-50 Racing Oil (TRO)
1994 Non-Pumice Industrial Hand Cleaner
1993 Propylene Glycol Antifreeze and Engine Coolant (ANT)
1993 Pumice Industrial Hand Cleaner
1992 Cetane Boost Diesel Fuel Additive (ACB)
1992 Dual Remote By-Pass Filtration System 
1991 Biodegradable 2-Cycle Oil
1991 2-Stage Air Filter
1991 5W-30 100% Synthetic Motor Oil (ASL)
1990 Rain Clear (ARS)
1990 BE-100 and BE-110 Spin-On By-Pass Oil Filters
1990 Dual-GARD By-Pass Filter Mount
1989 Synthetic Polymer Food Grade Grease
1987 20W-40 Synthetic Natural Gas Engine Oil (ANG)
1987 Spin-On By-Pass Oil Filters
1986 80W-90 Gear Lube GL-4 (AGL)
1985 Synthetic Multi-Purpose Grease and Synthetic Heavy Duty Grease
1985 2-Cycle Injector Oil
1985 5W-30 Para-Synthetic Motor Oil
1984 75W-90 Gear Lube
1984 10W-30 Turbo Oil
1984 Marine Gear Lube (ALU)
1983 Heavy Duty By-Pass Oil Filter
1983 TRIGARD Lifetime Oil Change System
1982 Marine Engine Oil
1982 Chrome Brite Cleaner and Polish
1982 Brite Side Whitewall Tire Cleaner
1982 Vinyl and Leather Protectant
1982 Vinyl and Leather Cleaner
1982 Silicone Shield Car Polish
1982 By-Pass Oil Filter
1982 Home Heating Fuel Extender
1982 Diesel Fuel Modifier
1982 Diesel Fuel Additive Concentrate
1980 Engine and Crankcase Cleaner
1980 Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF)
1980 POD Air Filter
1979 15W-40 Gas and Diesel Para-Synthetic Oil
1979 SAE 40 Racing Oil
1979 10W-40 Para-Synthetic Motor Oil (PMO)
1979 Air Filter Foam Oil
1979 Lifetime Air Filter
1978 MP Metal Protector (AMO)
1978 20W-50 Racing Oil
1978 85W-140 Gear Lube
1978 P.i. Fuel Additive (API)
1976 Grease
1976 Engine Oil Filters
1976 Rotary Compressor Oil
1976 Reciprocating Compressor Oil
1975 Power Foam
1975 Farm Tractor Hydraulic/Transmission Fluid
1975 Hydraulic Oil
1975 SE, CC, CD Diesel Oil
1974 80W-90 Gear Lube
1973 2-Cycle Oil
1972 10W-40 100% Synthetic Oil (API SE Approved)
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Series 600 DOT 4 Racing Brake Fluid

Series 600 DOT 4 Racing Brake Fluid (BF4)
AMSOIL now offers Series 600 DOT 4 Racing Brake Fluid. AMSOIL Brake Fluids provide superior high-temperature performance in auto/light truck, high-performance, racing and powersports applications.

Package sizes include:

12-oz. Bottle
12-oz. (case of 12)

Boiling Points
As the brake system heats up, brake fluids with low boiling points begin to vaporize. The brake pedal must travel further to apply the same amount of force on the brakes, causing a spongy feeling. If enough of the brake fluid vaporizes, brake system failure may occur. Brake fluid boiling points are measured on two separate scales:

  • Dry equilibrium reflux boiling point (ERBP) - the boiling point of new, freshly-opened, unused fluid.
  • Wet ERBP - the boiling point of a brake fluid after it has absorbed three percent water.

The minimum dry ERBP for DOT 4 brake fluid is 230°C (446°F), while the minimum wet ERBP is 155°C (311°F). Their higher boiling points make DOT 4 fluids appropriate for high-performance cars and motorcycles and for vehicles used for towing or in mountainous regions.

AMSOIL Series 600 DOT 4 Racing Brake Fluid is formulated with the best zinc-based anti-corrosion additives and pH stabilizers. It is designed for high-temperature stability, yet flows easily at low temperatures. AMSOIL Series 600 Racing Brake Fluid's superior additive package provides good lubrication throughout the system and can raise boiling points to more than 232°C (450°F). It keeps water in suspension, slowing its effects on the brake system. AMSOIL Brake Fluids have high boiling temperatures, ensuring maximum life and reliable braking power, even in extreme conditions. AMSOIL Series 500 High- Performance DOT 3 Brake Fluid has a dry ERBP of 274°C (525°F) and wet ERBP of 156°C (313°F). AMSOIL Series 600 DOT 4 Racing Brake Fluid has a dry ERBP of 304°C (580°F) and wet ERBP of 210°C (410°F).

Compressibility
When a fluid is non-compressible it means it won’t compress into a smaller volume when pressure is applied. In a brake system, fluid pressure is multiplied by the master cylinder and can reach more than 1,000 pounds per square inch (psi) in the lines. Like any other hydraulic fluid, brake fluid must be non-compressible at the expected pressures to transmit force from one end of the system to the other while simultaneously lubricating the pistons and rubber parts as they move through their bores. If the fluid were to compress, all braking power would be lost. AMSOIL Series 600 DOT 4 Racing Brake Fluid remains non-compressible, even at the highest pressures generated in automotive brake systems. AMSOIL Brake Fluid provides superior stopping ability under the most demanding conditions.

Brake Fluid Maintenance
Brake fluids fail either because they boil or because they cease to provide adequate lubrication and corrosion protection. Both reasons for failure are the result of contamination, usually by water or petroleum products.

DOT 3 and DOT 4 polyglycol ether-based brake fluids are hygroscopic, which means they absorb water easily and hold it in suspension, similar to antifreeze. In most climates, moisture seeps into the brake system continuously through the various seals and microscopic pores of the flexible brake lines. This seepage can accelerate as a vehicle ages and there’s almost no limit to how much water the fluid can absorb. By the time brake fluid has been in the system for three years, it can easily reach its wet boiling point. Because this happens gradually, most drivers won’t discover the reduced braking ability until it’s too late.

Many owner’s manuals recommend changing brake fluid every 24 months to remove moisture. Approximately half of all cars and light trucks in the U.S. over 10 years old have never had the brake fluid changed. In addition, powersports applications such as motorcycles, ATVs and UTVs require routine brake fluid changes as well.

Series 500 DOT 3 High- Performance Brake Fluid

Series 500 High-Performance DOT 3 Brake Fluid (BF3)
AMSOIL now offers Series 500 High-Performance DOT 3 Brake Fluid. AMSOIL Brake Fluids provide superior high-temperature performance in auto/light truck, high-performance, racing and powersports applications.

Package sizes include:

12-oz. Bottle
12-oz. (case of 12)

Boiling Points
As the brake system heats up, brake fluids with low boiling points begin to vaporize. The brake pedal must travel further to apply the same amount of force on the brakes, causing a spongy feeling. If enough of the brake fluid vaporizes, brake system failure may occur. Brake fluid boiling points are measured on two separate scales:

  • Dry equilibrium reflux boiling point (ERBP) - the boiling point of new, freshly-opened, unused fluid.
  • Wet ERBP - the boiling point of a brake fluid after it has absorbed three percent water.

The minimum dry ERBP for DOT 3 brake fluid is no less than 205°C (401°F), and the minimum wet ERBP is 140°C (284°F). That might not seem very high, but in most brake systems the fluid in the caliper won’t reach that temperature unless the brakes are abused. It only takes four percent water contamination to bring a DOT 3 fluid’s boiling point down to the federal limit.

Boiling Point of DOT 3 Brake FluidAMSOIL Series 500 High-Performance DOT 3 Brake Fluid is formulated with the best zinc-based anti-corrosion additives and pH stabilizers. It is designed for high-temperature stability, yet flows easily at low temperatures. AMSOIL Series 500 High-Performance DOT 3 Brake Fluid's superior additive package provides good lubrication throughout the system and can raise boiling points to more than 232°C (450°F). It keeps water in suspension, slowing its effects on the brake system. AMSOIL Brake Fluids have high boiling temperatures, ensuring maximum life and reliable braking power, even in extreme conditions. AMSOIL Series 500 High-Performance DOT 3 Brake Fluid has a dry ERBP of 274°C (525°F) and wet ERBP of 156°C (313°F). AMSOIL Series 600 DOT 4 Racing Brake Fluid has a dry ERBP of 304°C (580°F) and wet ERBP of 210°C (410°F).

Compressibility
When a fluid is non-compressible it means it won’t compress into a smaller volume when pressure is applied. In a brake system, fluid pressure is multiplied by the master cylinder and can reach more than 1,000 pounds per square inch (psi) in the lines. Like any other hydraulic fluid, brake fluid must be non-compressible at the expected pressures to transmit force from one end of the system to the other while simultaneously lubricating the pistons and rubber parts as they move through their bores. If the fluid were to compress, all braking power would be lost. AMSOIL Series 500 High-Performance DOT 3 Brake Fluid remains non-compressible, even at the highest pressures generated in automotive brake systems. AMSOIL Brake Fluid provides superior stopping ability under the most demanding conditions.

Brake Fluid Maintenance
Brake fluids fail either because they boil or because they cease to provide adequate lubrication and corrosion protection. Both reasons for failure are the result of contamination, usually by water or petroleum products.

DOT 3 and DOT 4 polyglycol ether-based brake fluids are hygroscopic, which means they absorb water easily and hold it in suspension, similar to antifreeze. In most climates, moisture seeps into the brake system continuously through the various seals and microscopic pores of the flexible brake lines. This seepage can accelerate as a vehicle ages and there’s almost no limit to how much water the fluid can absorb. By the time brake fluid has been in the system for three years, it can easily reach its wet boiling point. Because this happens gradually, most drivers won’t discover the reduced braking ability until it’s too late.

Many owner’s manuals recommend changing brake fluid every 24 months to remove moisture. Approximately half of all cars and light trucks in the U.S. over 10 years old have never had the brake fluid changed. In addition, powersports applications such as motorcycles, ATVs and UTVs require routine brake fluid changes as well.

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