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Millers Oils CFS 10w60 Fully Synthetic Engine Oil

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Millers Oils CFS 10w60 Fully Synthetic Engine Oil

This is a competition full synthetic engine oil suitable for petrol and diesel engines. Each engine oil is comprised of 100% synthetic base fluids, as well as a synergistic blend of three different esters. This is all combined with the latest additive technology, for maximum performance.

CFS 10w60 utilises Millers’ original NanoDrive low friction technology, which will increase power and torque for a competitive edge in non-professional racing. This is a high-performance engine oil suited to larger race and rally engines, with or without turbochargers.

It will also serve well in competition or modified engines, especially those often subject to severe and high stress conditions. The ultra-low friction NanoDrive technology additives are also successfully proven in race motorcycles with wet clutches.


Millers Oils CFS 10w60 can help reduce friction by up to 26% in your vehicle, while reducing wear compared to a standard engine oil. This is achieved by the three-ester-blend, which not only reduces friction but improves lubricity and enhances the oil’s performance.

This oil has high film strength which provides ultimate protection, as well as a load carrying capacity exceeding that of mineral oil. Aside from this, it possesses great thermal stability and oxidation resistance, as well as excellent cold flow properties for reduced wear at start up.

CFS 10w60 has been formulated to protect both petrol and diesel competition engines operating under intense conditions – for example, long distance racing in both normally aspirated turbo-charged engines.

Millers Oils
Established in 1887, Millers Oils are a leading independent blender of oil and fuel additives. They have a wide range of different transmission and engine oils, as well as fuel treatments. Each is formulated to deliver outstanding performance and increased engine longevity.


  • This engine oil has been manufactured to far exceed the requirements of API SL/CF, and ACEA A3/B4
  • Can operate at 125°C, with temperatures peaking at 150°C
  • It also offers exceptional protection, particularly when subjected to severe and high-stress conditions