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thinking of getting some 10/40 amsoil is it any good,seems pricey!they seem to think they sell the best oil on the planet?(there website)im in uk and never heard of it..:dontknow:
 

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I've used it since my switch to synthetic and it still comes out looking like it did when it went in. I'm actually switching though to motul 7100 cause a buddy of mine who's a chemist did a test and found the motul to be a better product. Got nothing bad to say about amsoil but this dude knows his $&@t.
 

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I've used it since my switch to synthetic and it still comes out looking like it did when it went in. I'm actually switching though to motul 7100 cause a buddy of mine who's a chemist did a test and found the motul to be a better product. Got nothing bad to say about amsoil but this dude knows his $&@t.
lol!no s*@t thats what i put in my 10 2000 miles ago!!maybe stick to it then?7100 is a cheaper full synthetic from motul.
 

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I use it and have no problems with it.
 

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Yeah I would stick to it, he said something about it not breaking down as easy(in words I couldn't understand though) all in all he said it's a better oil. I am taking his word for it but he's one smart sum bich
 

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It's all I've used for a very long time. Believe they invented synthetic oil, not sure though.
 

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Past 2 oil changes have been amsoil. Neighbor across the street uses it and he has 30K hard miles on his harley. Any oil is probably just as good for a daily street machine but spending more now in oil gives me peace of mind down the road. Just my opinion.
 

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I've used it since my switch to synthetic and it still comes out looking like it did when it went in. I'm actually switching though to motul 7100 cause a buddy of mine who's a chemist did a test and found the motul to be a better product. Got nothing bad to say about amsoil but this dude knows his $&@t.
These are the top 2 motorcycle oils in the buisness.

There used to be a really good bearing friction test video on the net.
Not sure if Motul was in the vid or not, but Amsoil did fantastic. I'll
see if I can find that vid. It's worth watching
 
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