May I ask why the 900 series was created?
Among general users, there are people who want to participate in grass races, right?
Some people participate in competitions as a hobby, but I don't want to destroy my car, and I want to make a better car (laughs).
However, when it comes to tuning to the extent that it can produce over 800 horsepower, it is at the professional level, so there are few people who do that.
But after all, you want to avoid engine trouble as much as possible when you go to time attack or endurance, right?
Some of the customers who tune with Fnuts are serious about it, and there are many people who are looking forward to racing, so I thought that the competition series would be a bit different from the customer's needs.
I actually heard from the audience that "the competition series is expensive~!" (laughs)
I thought, "Well then, let's lower the threshold and make an oil that can suppress engine trouble!"
No, you can't make it just by feeling "I have to make it!"
That's right, but I thought that if I had the oil making know-how I had cultivated through the competition, I should listen to what the customer had to say.
I thought that the competition would be over-spec in terms of performance and price for those who ride around the city or drive around the circuit.
If you tune with such high power, you won't be able to run on public roads sanely!
So what kind of oil will give the engine a good response? I thought and made it.
By the way, the price of oil is a little different, but what is the difference?
It's difficult to talk in technical terms, so let's give a slightly unusual explanation to make it easier to imagine...
Isn't there lotion?
That's for adding moisture to the skin, but the price varies depending on the ingredients that each brand contains, right?
Well, I think it has something to do with how the brand is launched, but basically it's the same logic.
In terms of image, oil will hurt if it continues to be exposed to high temperatures, right?
a! ! ! have understood! ! ! For example, curry will burn if it is heated all the time, right?
However, I think that the curry roux from company XX is less likely to burn even if it is melted and mixed in the same pot for the same amount of time, but the curry roux from company XX is likely to burn even under the same conditions.
There are few people who have never eaten curry, so "curry" may be the easiest analogy (laughs).
Among the Delta lineup, the purpose of "protecting the engine and drawing out the maximum response" is the same.
In the case of oil, the performance of the basic base oil is extremely important.
Delta oil is developed with a great emphasis on its base oil performance.
What I want to say is that the price will change depending on the performance of the base oil. !
I see! Easy to understand! The 900 series is also an engine oil packed with solutions to customer problems!
If the competition series is the source of competition, the 900 series is based on customer feedback.
Since this is a customer-originated oil, we asked the customer to act as a monitor to collect data.
By the way, there is a numerical value such as 5W-40, but the "w" in 5W indicates the state of viscosity when it is cold, and 40 indicates the state of viscosity at 100 degrees. I'm here
If this is good, remember it! It will become trivia (laughs)
But, it's just an index of 100 degrees, so don't you think, "What happens if you use it at 120 degrees?"
Delta oil is made so that it does not deteriorate even if it is used at 120 degrees! Because base oil performance is good (laughs)
Were many of the customers you interviewed with domestic cars? Were there many imported cars?
There were many domestic cars. Because I asked the main customer who wants to run to monitor.
If you're a little afraid of engine oil, I think you'll understand, but there's not much difference between imported cars and domestic cars unless there's a big difference like an old Porsche with a water-cooled engine and an air-cooled engine.
The engine has a piston, a plank shaft, a connecting rod, a valve, a cam, and the mechanism that opens and rotates is the same for both domestic and imported cars, right?
So it doesn't really matter.
Today's electric cars are different! ! !
Customers who are monitored want to compete with domestic cars, so they want to increase their power! So you were making a request like that, right?
oh yeah. Serious about circuit from city riding! There were many people saying that, so I thought it was necessary to have something that would not damage the condition of the engine up to 800 horsepower.
If you are going to use a vehicle up to D1 Lights (a class that gives you the right to participate in D1GP) or Formula DJ2 (a class that gives you the right to participate in Formula D), I made sure that the 900 series can cover it.
In that case, the user base that we want to use will be people who go out on the road from city riding.
I agree. There are quite a few numbered vehicles with 800 horsepower now.
I think there are many customers who decide engine oil based on horsepower and running time.
In summary, it doesn't matter if it's a domestic or imported car, but I want people who like cars and want to drive carefully to choose the 900 series engine oil.