Amsoil mcv worth the switch from Yam 4R or not!

I was thinking of switching from Yamalube 4R to amsoil mcv 20w50 because I pay $8.00 a qt. for yamalube and I can get the amsoil for $6.94 a qt.:bonk: through A-Z synthetics>which is out of arizona and is a sponsor that I picked up through sponsorhouse.com. Is it that good of an oil to switch to because I would have to order a minimum of $100.00 at a time but if I stay with yamalube I would be spending a liitle more per case of 12 qt. :naughty:

Cpt.Knob,go for it!,I pay close too $10 a quart for the stuff!..but the bike only takes a Quart!...go to amsoil.com,read up about it,then decide,I did,

and as soon as bike is broken in,(2 oil changes) I'm going with Amsoil!

I absolutely recommend Amsoil, but I use MCF (10w-40) rather than MCV. Either way, it's a much better oil than Yamalube at any price.

Read:

http://www.amsoil.com/lit/g2156.pdf

I believe I will because I think the amsoil is a better oil than yamalube 4R.

I absolutely recommend Amsoil, but I use MCF (10w-40) rather than MCV. Either way, it's a much better oil than Yamalube at any price.

Read:

http://www.amsoil.com/lit/g2156.pdf

Hey gray! what is the differences between mcv and mcf in a 450f?:bonk:

Grey! will I need to do anything to the bike when switching to mcf> my 06 450f has 21hours on it.

Well, you'll have to drain the old oil first, but otherwise, no. Just start using it.

Thanks grey for your info!........ Iam a changed man now!..... Changed brand!> AMSOIL 10w40 MCF.

Get ready for better smoother shifting :bonk:

The very last page says it all!!!

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