Black Diamond OUTLAW Oil

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HEAVY DUTY DIESEL ENGINE OIL

100% PAO FORMULAS!

Infused with FR3 Nano Lubricant Technology

The formulas are based on 100% pure synthetic using only Group IV and Group V base oils. This blend of poly-α-olefin (PAO) and polyolester (POE) oils requires a very small amount of viscosity improvers to meet the weight specifications. The infusion of our patented FR3 Nano-Technology and high zinc additive package extends the performance and anti-wear protection to levels unmatched by any other high zinc oil on the market. The result is an engine oil that has increased oxidation and thermal stability, deposit and sludge prevention, reduced oil breakdown, longer drain intervals, high wear resistance and horsepower gains.

For off-road use only. Black Diamond oil is not intended for vehicles with DPF, catalytic converters, EGR or other emission equipment as damage to these systems could occur.

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Hot Shot’s Secret Black Diamond PAO High Zinc Oil offers:

  • Improves horsepower up to 3%
  • Lowers oil consumption
  • Anti-rust protection
  • Reduces friction
  • Increases boundary layer protection
  • Increases film strength
  • Improves oxidation stability
  • Improves aeration control
  • Reduces operating temperature
  • Reduces wear
  • Reduces shearing
  • Reduces deposit formation
  • Reduces noise and vibration
  • Extends oil change interval
  • Extends injector, turbo and engine life

Not intended for vehicles with DPF, catalytic converters, EGR or other emission equipment as damage to these systems could occur

Hot Shot’s Secret Black Diamond Outlaw 15W-40 CK4 Engine Oil – SDS

Hot Shot’s Secret Black Diamond Outlaw 15W-40 CK4 Engine Oil – Tech. Data

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  1. mlively86

    Outlaw oil

    mlively86 (verified owner)

    So far seems to be good, will know more after the first oil sample. I ran the blue diamond oil before this and had good results. After 10k miles the oil sample came back great. I did end up buying the Frantz filter system though do to my ISO number being higher then what I wanted.

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Thanks, keep us posted!

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  2. Joshua E. Long

    5 out of 5 Outlaw oil!!

    Joshua E. Long (verified owner)

    What I’ve found with this particular high zinc oil is the cleanliness of the oil beyond normal intervals. Under high horsepower some engine oils break down and leave water in the engine. On this lbz we built it to 750 h.p., and it’s a work truck and daily driver. We went from adding Lucas to the traditional oil and using consuming around 2 quarts per change to running this outlaw oil and not having the add any between changes. It’s well worth the price tag I’d say…

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Thanks Joshua!

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    • Mitchell Taylor

      Mitchell Taylor

      I have a 97 7.3 with absolutely no emissions, it’s a daily driver and a work horse, never gets a break. Should I use the black or blue? What is the oil change interval for the black? I’m in Colorado so outside temps range from 100 to -20. What’s the best product for all seasons?

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Hi Mitchell! The fact that it has no emissions, I was going to recommend Black Diamond for ultimate protection. But due to the temperature range and since it has HEUI injectors, the Blue Diamond 5w40 would be the best choice year-round (still better oil than anything on the shelf!).

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    • Wes

      Wes

      QUESTION
      If I use the Blue Diamond synthetic oil would I need to continue adding my FR3 additive as currently ????
      Thanks in advance

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    • Levi

      Levi

      No Wes, all our oils including Blue Diamond already have the recommended dose of FR3 added. Thank you!

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    • Michael lively

      Michael lively

      I recently purchased your guys adrenaline series 15-40 for my LML and was wondering if maybe the outlaw series would have been better? The truck is a daily driver that’s around 650hp to the wheels.( I usually switch to a lighter oil for the winter )

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    • One person found this helpful
      Levi

      Levi

      The simple answer is probably, yes, especially for “daily off-road-only driver” 😉 We unofficially refer to the Outlaw series as a street/strip oil, vs. full racing application. The Black Diamond Outlaw has more detergent (TBN) additive for longer drain intervals, and also more zinc than the Adrenaline. Hope that helps!

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    • Mike

      Mike

      Looking for a new oil! What is suggested for my 2007.5 6.7L Cummins? Soon to be fully deleted..
      Thanks

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Hi Mike! Definitely this Black Diamond Oil for maximum detergent and wear protection. The next best would be Blue Diamond (especially if you are used to a 5w40 or live in colder climates).

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    • Jacob

      Jacob

      Question
      I have a 1994 7.3 turbo diesel I just picked up cheap and it has a ton of blow by but still runs awesome and I just stubbed on some of your products and bought afew of them including your stiction stuff witch was going to use rotella 15-40 tell I found you have oil products that may help more I’m in North Dakota so temps range from 100 above to 40 below

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Hi Jacob, the Stiction Eliminator you bought will definitely help the most, plus any 5w40 high quality oil; such as Rotella T6, our BLUE or GREEN Diamond 5w40. You could use the BLACK Diamond in the summer, hope that helps!

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    • issac_portillo

      issac_portillo

      I currently use blue diamond. Is there a zinc additive I can use to match black diamond without have to do a complete switch over?

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    • One person found this helpful
      Levi

      Levi

      Unfortunately not at the moment…

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