When it comes to maintaining and optimizing the performance of your metric motorcycle, choosing the right oil is paramount. Enter AMSOIL, a name synonymous with quality and innovation in the world of synthetic lubricants. In this comprehensive guide, we will delve into the benefits and features of AMSOIL Metric Motorcycle Oil, exploring why it stands out in the market and how it can elevate your riding experience.
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In the world of metric motorcycle oils, AMSOIL stands tall as a reliable partner in enhancing engine performance, ensuring longevity, and providing a smoother riding experience. If you're looking to take your motorcycle's performance to the next level, AMSOIL Metric Motorcycle Oil is a choice that transcends the ordinary, offering unparalleled quality and innovation on every ride. Choose AMSOIL and unleash the full potential of your metric motorcycle.
Well, instead of me going on and on about which is better and why (I could, but it would get lengthy!), you could just head on over to the Project Farm You Tube channel and take a look. Watch the video then make your own conclusions. Want to buy AMSOIL? Click Here!!
Sludge. We here about it in TV ads. We here about it from our mechanics. We talk about it hanging out in the garage.
But really, what is it, what causes it and how do you prevent it?? Click here to read the AMSOIL Blog post that goes into the dirty details.
Dirt Bike Oil, Metric Motorcycle Oil, V-Twin Oil, UTV/ATV Oil. Why So Many Oils For Basically The Same Use??
You may wonder why AMSOIL has so many different oils for so many specific applications. Some "experts" claim that it's the same oil in a different package. That claim could not be further from the truth. Click here to read the AMSOIL Blog story and see for yourself why you need a specific oil for the specific applications. Sure, they all start with the highest quality, full synthetic base stock, but they are very much different from that point forward!
When your motor oil turns dark, it's worn out. Right? Whether or not your oil is worn out and ready for a change depends on a lot more than its color. Click here to read more!
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Start stop technology is here to stay and that's good. I have a couple of cars that have this technology. I had concerns about wearing out the starter or battery. I never considered the increased wear potential on bearings! Better use the best oils you can to help prevent the wear caused by the increase in "start ups". By the way, I have been told that the starters, at least have been beefed up to survive the increased cycles. Feel free to download the article.
THINK 303 HYDRAULIC FLUID IS GOOD ENOUGH? BETTER THINK AGAIN! AMSOIL SYNTHETIC TRACTOR HYDRAULIC/TRANSMISSION FLUID IS THE ANSWER.
August 7, 2019 REPRINTED FROM LUBES-N-GREASES MAGAZINE
Volume 2 Issue 33
ASTM Tackles Tractor Fluid SpecTim Sullivan
Adding its weight to recent efforts to rid the tractor lubricant market of poor quality products, ASTM International announced last week that it will develop a minimum performance standard for tractor hydraulic fluids.
The standards writing organization announced its undertaking in an Aug. 1 press release, disclosing that it has already named the standard WK68882. The organization did not give a timeline for the project but invited representatives from tractor manufacturers, lubricant marketers and chemical additive suppliers to participate.
“In order to remove poor quality fluids from the marketplace and to ensure that customers purchase fluids that really work, a minimum performance specification is necessary,” said Dow Chemical Co.’s Lauren Huffman, technical contact for the initiative.
Tractor hydraulic fluids have become a hot-button issue the past couple years as elements from various parts of the industry complained about the number of substandard tractor hydraulic fluids on the market. Most of the contention has focused on economy fluids marketed as 303 or J303 products. Those terms allude to a specification developed by tractor manufacturer John Deere in the mid-1900s, but the specification has been obsolete for more than four decades, and no performance verification is required of products so labeled.
Several states have issued stop-sale orders of 303 fluids, alleging that they do not adequately protect tractors. In April consumers reached a preliminary settlement in a class action lawsuit against two companies over the manufacture and sale of 303 fluids. The plaintiffs said the companies misled them by implying that the products met a standard that in fact no longer exists – a claim that the companies still deny.
Last month the National Conference on Weights and Measures adopted a rule that tractor hydraulic fluids not meeting current specifications must be clearly labeled obsolete. Tractor manufacturers maintain their own specifications for fluids that they recommend be used in their equipment, but the Independent Lubricant Manufacturers Association has called for development of an industry standard. ASTM cited ILMA’s advocacy in announcing its initiative.
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Matt Smith is the owner of K16 Synthetics. Matt and his wife Vicki are avid Motorcyclist and Boaters. K16 Synthetics, located in Johnston, Iowa serves not only Central Iowa, but the entire United States.