- Advanced premium quality oil with Synthetic Technology.
- Beats key competitors by finishing 5 metres ahead in just 30 seconds* on acceleration, when tested in simulated real-world riding across a range of temperatures and speeds.
- Optimizes friction in the clutch and reduces internal engine losses due to friction
- Complies with requirements of catalyst equipped engines
- Fulfills requirements of API SN and JASO MA2 standards set for the latest generation 4-stroke engines, in both carburetor and fuel injected bikes
- Vehicle compatibility where Castrol recommends***15W-40 oil such as - Suzuki V-Storm, Mahindra Centuro, Mahindra Centuro Rockstar, Mahindra Pantero, Mahindra Stallio.
Details: Castrol POWER1 4T 15W-40 is an advanced, premium quality, part-synthetic engine oil developed to suit the acceleration needs of the latest generation 4-stroke motorcycle engines. Up to 30% of power is lost in bikes due to friction, without the rider knowing it. Castrol POWER1 4T with Power Release Technology™ enables performance boost by reducing friction and empowers you with superior acceleration. It is suitable for all makes of 4-stroke bikes, both carburetor and fuel injected, where API SN (or below) and JASO MA or MA2 are recommended. *Based on the results of an acceleration test. The test simulates a 30-second wide open throttle acceleration from a rolling start, in a single gear, conducted by Castrol using a Honda CBR300 engine. At the end, the distance travelled is reported. ***The recommendations herein are based on our knowledge and information compiled from numerous sources pertaining to the engine make, sump sizes and specifications of the relevant bike models available in public domain. This information is provided for convenience only. The customer’s conditions of use and application of the recommended products are beyond Castrol’s control. Please check service manuals of the bike for exact engine oil specifications and sump sizes.
Package Dimensions: 9.2 x 3.8 x 2.8 inches
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