Willall Racing WR35MO Engine Oil for Nissan GT-R

February 3rd, 2009


Willall Racing
have already made interesting developments in the GT-R world with their transmission and differential fluids. They’ve now got an alternative fully synthetic high performance 10W-60 motor oil for the GT-R developed on the track designed to offer superior protection at high engine temperatures and to reduce the tendency for the GT-R to go through oil between changes.

Other benefits of the WR35MO engine oil include:

  • Tested and developed in an R35 GTR for R35 GTR applications
  • VR38DETT oil consumption eliminated
  • Much greater oil film strength at 100 degrees than factory fill
  • Plasma bore protection improved via increased oil film strength
  • Cooler oil temperatures due to friction reduction
  • Increased bearing life
  • Stable under wide environmental conditions
  • 100% Synthetic

WR35MO engine oil is available now and sells for $330 USD per 10 litre container including shipping to your door. Get the order form at the link to the Willall Racing website below and check out the full press release after the jump.

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Dateline: JANUARY 2009
Product: WILLALL RACING WR35MO 10W-60 High Performance Fully Synthetic Engine Oil
Application: Nissan R35 GTR VR38DETT Engine
Packaging : 10 litre container (Complete Fill for 1 x R35 GTR)
Shipping: Worldwide
Cost: $330 USD Including Shipping
Available: NOW
Order: http://www.ls1turbo.com.au/pics/wr35moorderform.doc

High load track testing has enabled Willall Racing to formulate a specific oil blend for the R35 GTR and its unique Plasma Bore equipped VR38DETT engine. Aims of WR35MO development were centred around eliminating the R35 GTRs tendency to use engine oil between changes, and protect the bore walls of the engine from premature wear. To do this WR35MO has greater film strength and viscosity at 100 degrees Celcius (212F) than the standard oil resulting in better oil pressure under extreme conditions and greater engine protection. The key benefits of switching to WR35MO are –

  • Tested and developed in an R35 GTR for R35 GTR applications
  • VR38DETT oil consumption eliminated
  • Much greater oil film strength at 100 degrees than factory fill
  • Plasma bore protection improved via increased oil film strength
  • Cooler oil temperatures due to friction reduction
  • Increased bearing life
  • Stable under wide environmental conditions
  • 100% Synthetic


WR35MO Meets and Exceeds APS Service Classification SL, SJ, SH / CF, CD, EC, ACEA A3/B3

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  1. Kev
    | #1

    Clever marketing by stating Plasma bore protection, to make it sounds like a better OEM oil since Nissan stated Mobil 1 is needed for the special Plasma bore.

    I bet WR doesn’t even know what Plasma bore is. All they promote about their products is, better oil film strength at 100C. So what about the addictive that Mobil 1 uses? Useless?

  2. Admin
    | #2

    Ouch pretty harsh comment Kev.

    I think they do know a bit about engines though. They know even more about oils from working in partnership with some of the best in the industry. Not just doing all this on an island (althought technically I guess Australia is an island 😉 ).

    Anyway Mobil-1 is a good oil but what Willall are saying is that, at high temps, their oil is measurably better at providing a boundary between piston and cylinder wall. Not that Mobil-1 is useless at it.

  3. Kev
    | #3

    Actually I’m not trying to bash WR at all, I’m considering getting their transmission oil myself.

    I’m no expert at all, though I understand the better protection by the thicker film strength at 100C, basically that’s all they promote about all their products (Engine oil, transmission oil, differential oil). It would be better if they didn’t mention the Plasma bore thing. It makes me feel uneasy somehow, but that’s just me.

    At that price, I might just stick to Mobil 1. I apologize if I sound too harsh.

  4. John M
    | #4

    I’d buy their stuff if they offer a warranty on my car if there is a probelm and Nissan doesn’t cover it. I’d pay more money perhaps too…

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