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sanpedro426

Oil

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Got tired of hunting for the 10 40 RED cap and the MX4T :cry: :cry: So, i found some AMSOIL 4stroke 10w 40 full synthetic. Ill let you guys know how it feels and stuff.:cry: :cry:

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OK guys and gals, i got to go ride with my son today and the AMSOIL sinthetic 4stroke 10w40 KICKS A$$ i had to lower the idle a smidge. It must be some slippery stuff. NO clutch probs to report. Anyway im an AMSOIL man now. Its $8 bucks a quart but i like it. It also seemed to make the engine happy buy making it a little quieter mechanicaly. :cry::cry::cry::cry::cry:

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The Amsoil is real good stuff, I know people that use that oil in everything. I guess your using the motorcycle Amsoil and not the automotive Amsoil...right?

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what kind or riding are you even doing.? When you just play ride you may not notice it slipping as compared to on a track. i dunno? you didnt say how hard you were riding it.

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Yes im useing the motorcycle oil. Went up a pretty steep 300 yard or so uphill with lose rocks and really rough stuff feathering the clutch from time to time, no problems. I may have been kinda nice to it because im coming back from some seperated ribs / sternum but im no slouch either. :cry:

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