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Product Description

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Fade Free Formula.

Maxima's Racing Shock Fluid is a blend of the finest petroleum base stocks available. With extremely high viscosity indexes over 350+, low pour points and reduced friction capability, these high performance fluids show a considerably reduced rate of viscosity change when subjected to elevated temperatures. Racing Shock Fluid will work equally well in either steel or aluminum-bodied suspension components. Racing Shock Fluid 7WT can be used when more damping is required.

  • Extremely high viscosity indexes over 300+, low pour points and reduced friction capability.
  • Will work equally well in either steel or aluminum-bodied suspension components.

Technical Data:

  • SAE viscosity: 7WT.
  • Color D 1500: Purple.
  • Gravity: 31.56° A.P.I.
  • Viscosity SUS @ 100F: 105.7.
  • Viscosity SUS @ 210F: 50.4.
  • Viscosity cSt @ 40C: 20.76.
  • Viscosity cSt @ 100C: 7.28.
  • Pour point: -35FF.
  • Flash point: 212F.
  • Fire point: 235F.
  • Viscosity index: 338.

Caution: Protect from contamination and excessive heat.

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1-4 of 4
Location: Salinas Ca
Good stuff

I dont really use anything else in my shocks, very low friction.

Top 25 Contributor
Location: El Paso, Texas

I have been using this fluid for years when I rebuild my shocks. Good stuff

Top 1000 Contributor
Location: New kensington, PA
Great fork oil

An excellent oil for racing it works well through rough sections of tracks.

Top 50 Contributor
Location: Chippewa Falls, WI
Great fluid

If you are a light weight rider like me (140 lbs) this 3 WT oil can help improve your shock action as the oil is more viscous and flows more easily throughout the valving

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99KX250 Over 4 years ago Location: litchfield CT
Is this the right wieght oil for a 99 KX250?
i dont know what viscosity to get not sure if i need 7 or 3? any help would be much aprechiated thank you Ryan
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
I cant give you a solid answer on it since it's a personal preference on how you want your suspension to respond. Normally stock they come with something like a 5 weight, so if you want more dampening, go with the higher weight, if you want less dampening, go with a lighter weight. Worst case, contact someone who professionally does suspension and they will dial you in.
olsoncrf150r Over 4 years ago
Is the right oil for a crf 150r 2007, if not what oil is right for my forks?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland, OR
I'd reference you service manual for recommended oils.
shamlphy Over 4 years ago
Is this the same as fork oil?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland, OR
this fluid is designed for the shock. Fork fluid is different.
Tim313 Over 4 years ago
Will this stuff work for a "stick type" steering stabilizer?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland, OR
You would want to contact the steering stabilizer company to see what they recommend using for replacement oil.
bowei Over 5 years ago
Do you need to add shock fluid and where do you put it in?
Over 5 years ago
You don't add fluid. You have to completely disassemble the shock to change the fluid. It is not a easy task and takes some knowledge to do it. I recommend taking it to your local shop and having them do it.
Top 25 Contributor
Over 3 years ago Location: El Paso, Texas
You only need to put new oil in your shock when you take it completly apart to rebuild, replace oil or re shim your shock
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