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Yamalube Suspension Oil Yamalube Suspension Oil Yzripper - Idaho, USA S1 in 2003 yamaha yz250 "I know yamaha recommends the 01 for my year of bikes forks but ive been using the S1 for 7 years and have had not one issue it works great and its 0 weight which is what yamaha recommends for their forks. I was kinda curious to use some maxima 5wt racing fork oil but still have not tryed it, i do run maxima 3wt racing shock oil in my shock and i am very happy with it. Anyone Let me know if you've tryed the maxima stuff in the forks and how it works. I MX track ride and free ride in the desert and hills"
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Yamalube 2R Two Stroke Oil Yamalube 2R Two Stroke Oil Yz125 - Tylertown, MS 39667, USA Verry good "I've used a variety of oil in a few bikes. 99 Kx80 used castor then switched to yamalube for a while to try it out. Made the bike perform that much better. 04 ktm 105sx ran some maxama oil in it because that's what the previous owner ran in it. Ran yamalube through it and the bike ran smoother and didn't smoke as much. It barely spooged. Now I have a 2001 yz125. This is the only premix oil I will ever run in my 2 stroke machines. Wish I could find somewhere to buy it by the gallon!!! Over all the best high performance oil out there. I give this a 110 rating if I could."
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Routine maintenance made easy by MotoSport.

Do you want your dirt bike motor to last as long as possible? The easiest way to accomplish that is by routinely changing the oil and filter, not to mention all the other fluids, as often as the manufacturer suggests. Why would you do this? Well, it's not just to swap out the dirty stuff for fresh oil. Motor oil, even the synthetic stuff, starts to break down after repeated heat cycles, which actually decreases it's lubrication properties and can lead to engine failure. Granted, that's a worst-case scenario, but it can happen if you're not paying attention. Motosport carries all the oils you know, like Motul, Belray and Silkolene, who all make everything from your basic oils on up to full-synthetic race oil.

Engine oil isn't the only thing that you should change regularly on your dirt bike. Every oil and liquid in your bike has a maintenance cycle with it, from coolant to fork oil to air filter oil, they all need to be changed regularly. The benefit is a bike that will always run like it should and last much longer.

Here's a few tips to keep your dirt bike running like a champ!

  • Wash your dirt bike! This is the easiest and most obvious one. All that gunk it picked up can cause corrosion on just about everything if left unckecked.
  • Check your brakes for wear. Make sure you still have plenty of brake pad and the rotors are clean and straight. Check out our dirt bike brakes section if they're not up to par.
  • Check your chain and sprockets for wear. Each time you ride, you should check the tension of your chain, and lubricate it if necessary. MotoSport carries chain lube like Maxima Chain Wax and Silkolene chain lube.
  • Clean and oil your air filter, or change it out completely if needed.
  • The oil and oil filter must be changed regularly. Generally, it's about every 3-5 hours of ride time. Not sure how long it's been? MotoSport carries a range of hour meters to help.
  • Check your radiators for damage and check the coolant level. We carry Engine Ice and Liquid Performance brand coolants!
  • Check your tire pressure. Need a tire pressure gauge? We have 'em!
  • Test your controls and cables for smooth operation. Use cable lube or replace them if necessary. Need new levers? We have a huge selection!

Make sure to double check your dirt bike's manual for a maintenance schedule to get more in-depth information for your specific dirt bike. We hope this short list helps you to keep your dirt bike running perfectly for years to come!