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Use the AMSOIL Synthetic Motorcycle Oil That's Right for Your Bike's Engine

The first thing you must remember in regards to your motorcycle engine oil is that is is not the same as your vehicle's motor oil. Bike engine is different from cars and, therefore, you require a different oil to prevent damage to your bike.

Why You Need Motorcycle Oil in Your Bike

The oil lubricates the motor and the gearbox. Specific additives are required to achieve this in your motorcycle compared to an automobile and also not to damage the clutch on your bike. In a car, motor oil is different since the lubrication system is specific to gearboxes or the clutch. A different oil lubrication system is used for a car's engine. Also, lubricants for passenger cars have not been developed to provide densities able to withstand such high power and temperatures of a modern motorcycle motor.

Go Synthetic

You can find mineral and synthetic oils for your bike. So which should you use? I always recommend synthetic. And I walk the talk, using synthetic oil in my bike. The advantages of synthetic oil outweigh mineral.

Synthetic Oil Benefits:

  • Longer lubricant life
  • Fuel efficiency
  • Produces less friction
  • Extends engine life
The composition of the oil and the molecules that make up the synthetic oils are called ODP. ODP enables compliance in a much more efficient way of the lubricating (lubrication, cooling, cleaning) than mineral oils.

Keep the Oil Clean and Change Regularly

The mineral oil should be changed every 3,000 miles traveled. Synthetic oils should changed them every 5,000 miles traveled. This is an approximation depending on the specifications of your bike and riding conditions. Always check your owner's manual to be sure you're using synthetic oil compliant with your individual ride.

AMSOIL Synthetic Motorcycle Oils are recommended for use for up to twice the vehicle manufacturers recommended drain interval. AMSOIL Synthetic Dirt Bike Oils should be changed according to the vehicle manufacturers recommended drain interval..

Don't Neglect Your Bike's Filter

Remember always to change the oil filter with each oil change. The filter prevents the entrapment of particles and foreign substance from getting into your motorcycle's engine. These substances may cause significant damage to your motor. A dirty, clogged filter has a reduced flow and will result in eventual engine failure. For the best synthetic oil and lubricants for your motorcycle, the brand to trust is AMSOIL. LLC is a large nationwide Dealer of AMSOIL Synthetic Lubricants and is available to help you choose the right engine oil formulation to keep your bike running clean and lean. Visit our website today to shop online.