Ringbrothers Partners With Motul To Test, Develop High-Tech Engine Oil -

Ringbrothers Partners With Motul To Test, Develop High-Tech Engine Oil

Ringbrothers, a custom car builder and billet parts manufacturer, announced that it has partnered with high-performance oil manufacturer Motul to help test and improve future Motul engine lubrication technologies.

Ringbrothers, a custom car builder and billet parts manufacturer, announced that it has partnered with high-performance oil manufacturer Motul to help test and improve future Motul engine lubrication technologies. 

Under the new partnership, Ringbrothers will provide Motul with its extensive expertise in creating high-performance street machines that push the limits of power and performance as a way to help evaluate and refine Motul street vehicle lubricants. In addition, all new Ringbrothers vehicle builds will be developed using Motul engine oil and will feature a unique plaque inside of the engine bay denoting all vehicles built under the partnership program.  

“We’re proud to partner with Motul for development and testing,” said Mike Ring. “We consider the performance of every component when creating our cars, so the chance to help create a new breakthrough in oil performance is a great opportunity for us.”

Motul has previously partnered with a wide variety of motorsports teams and series for lubricant testing and development, including extensive testing work at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and in the IMSA endurance racing series.

“Motul is proud to partner with Jim and Mike Ring in their continued pursuit to build some of the most innovative and iconic custom cars in the industry,” said Nolan Browning, Motul brand manager. “Both Ringbrothers and Motul deliver a no-sacrifice product, with customers and clients that expect the absolute best quality.”

The first vehicles developed under the new partnership will be unveiled at the upcoming 2019 SEMA Show on Tuesday, Nov. 5. The vehicles are a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro and a 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1. 

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