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Old 09-25-2012, 05:40 PM
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I have amsoil in everything. Truck, bikes, tdi jetta. I shower in the stuff. I know a guy at the shop that uses it for hair gel !
I put that stuff in my engine last week. I immediately noticed that it shifted faster and quieter. And I didn't even put it in the tranny. The engine ran 100 degrees cooler too and I could not even hear it at all. My gas mileage has now gone to around 75 mpg. I spilled some oil on my hands and wiped it off on an old rag. The next day that rag looked brand new!
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Old 09-25-2012, 05:55 PM
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another amsoil user here except in the primary. I use

20/50 in the engine
75/140 in the tranny this is a gear oil
Harley Formula + in the primary
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Old 10-18-2012, 01:52 PM
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Amsoil 20W-50 in engine and primary, Amsoil 75W-140 in the tranny.
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i am running oil and trans, reg hd trans primary in the primary
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that's some funny Sh*t
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I put that stuff in my engine last week. I immediately noticed that it shifted faster and quieter. And I didn't even put it in the tranny. The engine ran 100 degrees cooler too and I could not even hear it at all. My gas mileage has now gone to around 75 mpg. I spilled some oil on my hands and wiped it off on an old rag. The next day that rag looked brand new!
Did you see a 20% increase in HP faster starts and10% increase in fuel mileage .Put Amsoil in my old 96 Fb and it is faster than a new 103 now.
magic I tell ya.
Amsoil is no better than any of the other top brands. It will not rasie the dead or even make your bike run cooler it is just a good syn oil and lube that will stand up to heat a bit better like any syn will.
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amsoil 20/50 in all 3 holes, def. improves shifting and finding neutral.
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As an Amsoil dealer let me offer these suggestions. For the crank case and primary use this: MCV 20w-50



For the transmission use this: SVG 75w-110



To get the most from your crank case oil use Amsoils "nanofiber" oil filters. It's a completely different technology than other filters. For example this Amsoil's EaoM 134c, which will fit most Harleys from 2001 and up:



I know it looks the same but the difference is HUGE.
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I put that stuff in my engine last week. I immediately noticed that it shifted faster and quieter. And I didn't even put it in the tranny. The engine ran 100 degrees cooler too and I could not even hear it at all. My gas mileage has now gone to around 75 mpg. I spilled some oil on my hands and wiped it off on an old rag. The next day that rag looked brand new!
Thats frigging hysterical.
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Amsoil in everything. I have been using it in my vehicles for over 20 years.


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