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What’s the Best Motorcycle Oil?
AMSOIL INC. launched a new Motorcycle Products Lookup designed with the specific needs of the two- and four-cycle motorcycle enthusiast in mind. This new lookup offers more specific results for motorcycle oil selection, and includes the oil and air filter information for a wide variety of motorcycles as well. The guide also includes technical information such as capacity references which will be continually enhanced with future updates.

Users will find that the depth of motorcycle applications covered by this tool have substantially increased with this update. Many manufacturers and models are now available which were not included in the past at the AMSOIL PowerSports Lookup Guide. This will also continue to increase as the system is enhanced with future updates.
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Your thoughts on politics, religion, and even motorbike oil may cause a social media riot.

Most riders tend to be committed to a certain oil brand, so implying that your brand is superior is like calling someone out for a street brawl. In this piece, I'm going to try to persuade you that AMSOIL motorcycle oil is the finest on the market.

An essential point: If your present motorcycle oil works well for you, do not switch to a new one.

A rider who hasn't yet decided on an oil brand is the target audience for this post. If you're a rider who worries about engine protection when you go too fast, this is for you! Take, for example, a scorching summer day while cruising down Main Street at Sturgis in a car with no airflow over the engine. Or when the sun is beating down and radiating heat off the tarmac as you climb a steep slope.

The increased peace of mind that comes with using
AMSOIL Synthetic Motorcycle Oil is something I aim to demonstrate to you.

Before determining which motorcycle oil is best, we need to know exactly what a motorbike oil is supposed to perform.

The finest motorcycle oil must be able to withstand the heat generated by the engine.
Protect yourself from overheating.
Most Harleys are equipped with air-cooled V-twins, which are capable of producing a significant amount of heat. Heat is dissipated by moving air across the engine. When it comes to eliminating heat, air is a far less effective medium than water or engine coolant. There may be a lot of heat in the oil even on a water-cooled bike like an Indian, despite the fact that water temperature remains constant.

It is possible that oil viscosity might drop if the engine is used at high temperatures (become thinner). Due to a lack of wear protection, the engine is at greater risk of experiencing issues such as piston scuffs or bearing wear.

When this happens, the computer on the bike will set off a warning light and switch off the engine until it has cooled down enough to resume normal operation.

Oxidation, a chemical mechanism that causes oil to break down and lose its protective characteristics, is accelerated by high temperatures. Reduced wear protection and energy efficiency are a result of thicker oil that has oxidized, requiring frequent oil changes.

There are several motorcycles on the route.
Defend against the adverse effects of high rpm stress.
Compared to a vehicle or truck, the typical motorbike has substantially greater revolutions per minute (rpm). Metric sport bikes are capable of reaching speeds in excess of 10,000 rpm. These engines are also far more powerful than a regular car engine. They can also have a greater compression ratio.

All of that speed is great fun, but it puts a lot of strain on all of the engine's components, including the bearings, pistons, cams, etc. Metal-to-metal contact and catastrophic wear can occur if the oil can't manage the heat and friction.
Prevent oil shearing.
Multifunctional motorcycle oils are required by law to safeguard the transmission and primary gearbox as well.

Since gear teeth mesh so tightly, transmission protection is particularly challenging. Viscosity loss occurs when oil molecules are sheared by the tremendous pressure it is subjected to when it is pressed between the gears. Oil that has lost its viscosity, as previously mentioned, may not provide the necessary amount of protection.

Anticorrosive properties are essential in the finest motorcycle oil.
Not only that, but your motorbike oil also needs to keep engine parts free of rust and corrosion when in storage.

As a result, many bikers must store their motorcycles for part of each year due to their location. Changes in temperature and humidity in the garage (or living room, if you're like a neighbor I once had) can induce condensation, which in turn can lead to rust formation.

Rust can flake off and contaminate the oil when you start the bike in the spring. Pre-filtering, it can sandpaper the bearings and other metal components, causing them to wear out prematurely.

Let's move on to the remedy now that the problem has been clearly described.

Using synthetic base oils, AMSOIL Synthetic Motorcycle Oil is designed to withstand high temperatures. Unlike other oils, it can withstand higher temperatures and shearing pressures without losing its viscosity. Harley-Davidson SYN31, on the other hand, has viscosity breakdown six times greater than AMSOIL 20W-50 Synthetic V Twin Motorcycle Oil.

Harley-Davidson SYN3 oil is outperformed by AMSOIL Motorcycle Oil.
Additives that battle deposits and keep engine parts clean are also included in the formulation. Compression, power, and engine longevity are all improved as a result.

AMSOIL 20W-50 Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil was placed in a Harley Street Bob with a Milwaukee-Eight 107 engine and subjected to a 1,000-mile high heat dyno test to verify its protection. To simulate slow-moving operation in extremely hot conditions with little to no cooling air traveling over the engine, the test was devised in this manner.

The circumstances of the test were so harsh that they included...
400 degrees Fahrenheit (204 degrees Celsius) in the rear cylinder oil temperature
That's much above the safe operating temperature for your motorcycle.

Click Here to See the Test Results

What is the finest motorbike oil out there??
We believe AMSOIL Synthetic Motorcycle Oil is the best lubricant for motorcycles on the market, based on results from independent lab testing and a 1,000-mile severe heat dyno test. Regardless of how hard you ride, you can ride with confidence knowing that your motorbike is safe from damage even while it is running hot.
AMSOIL is a family-owned company that has been in the industry since 1972. It is a global leader and developer of premium, high-performance lubrication products. AMSOIL was the first to bring synthetic motor oils to the consumer market and has been an innovator in product development and technology ever since.
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