AMSOIL 20W-40 Motorcyle Oil - MVI

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AMSOIL 20W-40 Motorcyle Oil - MVI
AMSOIL Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil MVI is a premium oil designed for those who demand the absolute best lubrication for their motorcycles.It is the result of extensive research and is specially formulated to excel in all areas unique to motorcycles, including the high temperatures of air-cooled engines, wet-clutch lubrication, extreme-pressure regions of gears and chains, and rust protection.
MVIQT (MVIQT-CA) Quart Case of 12
AMSOIL 15W-60 and 20W-40 Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil (MVI) provides Indian and Victory riders the confidence and security that comes with receiving maximum protection and performance for their bikes. It presents a premium alternative to higher-priced manufacturer-branded oils.

MVI Reduces Friction, Heat and Wear
AMSOIL Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil is engineered to protect critical components in high-heat conditions. It exceeds the standard for high-temperature film strength to deliver excellent wear protection (see graph) and contains a heavy treatment of anti-wear additives to reduce wear regardless of operating conditions. AMSOIL Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil is thermally (heat) stable and contains maximum levels of oxidation-inhibitor additives. It is extremely resistant to breakdown and is engineered to prevent damaging sludge and carbon deposits for superior engine cleanliness.

Provides Anti-Wear Protection for Gears and Chains
AMSOIL Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil is shear stable and resists thinning from mechanical activity. It performs like a gear lube without the negative effects of extreme-pressure additives, such as poor wet-clutch performance.

Delivers Superior Rust Protection
Motorcycles are prone to rust from storage, humidity and short drives. Rust can cause major damage, such as uncontrolled wear, compression loss and blow-by. Good rust protection, however, comes by design and is not natural to motor oils. Unlike many motorcycle oils, AMSOIL Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil contains special anti-rust agents, providing outstanding protection against rust and corrosion.

Catalytic-Converter Compatible
AMSOIL Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil meets the requirements for emission-system protection and is designed for use in motorcycles with catalytic converters.

Provides Excellent Wet-Clutch Performance
AMSOIL Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil delivers the confidence of quiet, smooth shifting and positive clutch engagement. It controls heat and helps prevent slippage and glazing.

Use AMSOIL 20W-40 Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil in motorcycles that require 20W-40 motorcycle oil and any of the specifications listed below, including those made by Victory* and Indian*.

    API SM
    ILSAC GF-4

AMSOIL Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil is compatible with other conventional and synthetic motor oils. Adding other oils, however, will shorten the life expectancy of AMSOIL motor oils and reduce their performance benefits. AMSOIL does not support extended drain intervals where oils have been mixed.

Aftermarket oil additives are not recommended for use with AMSOIL Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil.

For on-road use in engines and transmissions: When paired with an AMSOIL Ea® Motorcycle Oil Filter, AMSOIL 20W-40 Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil is capable of providing premium protection for up to 2X the motorcycle manufacturer-recommended change interval or one year, whichever comes first. Change other brand oil filters at standard intervals.

For off-road use in engines and transmissions: Change AMSOIL 20W-40 Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil at the standard motorcycle manufacturer-recommended change interval.

For racing or in engines modified from the original factory design: no change interval recommendation is made; oil changes are at the owner's discretion.

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AMSOIL 20W-40 Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil was developed to cater to the increasing popularity of Victory and model-year 2013 and newer Indian motorcycles*, providing riders with the security of knowing their bike engines are protected against extreme heat, internal wear and damaging sludge and deposits.
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Which is better for my Victory motorcycle, AMSOIL 20W-40 Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil or AMSOIL 15W-60 Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil?
Both viscosities work great in Victory motorcycles. If you currently use 20W-40 and are happy with the results, there’s no need to switch.

What is the recommended AMSOIL lubricant for Victory 2013 and newer Indian motorcycles?

AMSOIL recommends 20W-40 Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil (MVI) for all Victory 2013 and newer Indian motorcycles, excluding the Scout (which requires 15W-60 Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil).

Do all Victory and Indian Motorcycles call for 20W-40 motorcycle oil?

Victory recommends 20W-40 oil for most of its motorcycle engines. With the exception of the Scout, Indian bikes manufactured in 2013 onward, including the Chief Classic, Chief Vintage, Chieftain and Roadmaster, call for 20W-40 oil. The Indian Scout calls for 15W-60 oil. AMSOIL 20W-40 Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil is not recommended for the Indian Scout. The AMSOIL Motorcycle Lookup Guide contains the most up-to-date information on product recommendations for motorcycles.
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