Maxima Premium 4-Stroke Engine Oil

Maxima Premium 4-Stroke Engine Oil
Maxima Premium 4-Stroke Engine Oil

$7.49 - $24.99
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Item #MXM0007

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23 Reviews
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Santa Clarita, CA, USA
The Best

Not much to say. I've been using this exact brand and viscosity for 12 years. This oil has held up in the roughest conditions a dirt bike can go through for me. From dry SoCal summertime racing at the track, to long rides out in the desert with family. Change your oil every 2-3 track rides with this stuff and you're in good shape as long as you otherwise treat your bike as you should.

Very good oil

for past 4 years,, this is only oil I use for my Kawasaki ninja.

Dberry Verified Purchaser
Awesome product!!

This is the only oil I run in my quad! Very very nice!

Great oil never switching it

Hauling butt this oil does the job

Oil is amazing
Oil is so great that it tells the klx to lift in 5th
Pack804 Verified Purchaser
Jefferson, OH 44047, USA
Best oil ever!

All Maxima products are awsome and I highly recommend trying them out there all I use on all of my dirt bikes and atvs.

Maxima Premium 4-Stroke Engine Oil
Robtech Verified Purchaser
Rocklin, CA, USA
Maxima is the best

We love maxima products, we use them in our customers bikes, our street bikes, our road racing bikes, and our motocross bikes. Never had an engine failure.

papa Verified Purchaser
Tennessee, USA
Oil change

everything exact fit

ponysoldier Verified Purchaser
Ohio, USA
Great oil

I run this oil in my grandsons play bikes air cooled klx110,drz 70,drz 125.they ride for hours,bikes run hot.oil always seems good shape when i change.If i had a 4-stroke race bike that shared engine oil with clutch oil this would be my go to crf has separated oil eng. and i use engine and gearbox oil in trans.

SpartaMoto Top 1000 Contributor
Sparta, TN 38583, USA
Quality Oil Product

Maxima continues to provide an excellent quality oil product that we stand by and use in our racing machines.

Zukguy Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Use with confidence

I use Maxima Oils in all my bikes. Never have any issues with the 10w40 in the trannys of the 2-strokes. Use it with confidence!

Fairview, OK
Great Oil!

Very cost effective, and no issues at all! Does the same job as the expensive stuff, but is much easier on the wallet to change regularly.

gspotranch Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Great oil

its the only oil we use. 8 championships later and still going.

MXWarrior Top 100 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Not bad

Not bad for price, but i recommend you change it often, it doesn't hold up as well as the semi-synthetic.

quadracer999 Verified Purchaser
Sumter, SC, USA
Never let me down!

I've always used this oil in my fourwheeler, and it has never let me down, I've never had any problems what so ever!

SA27 Verified Purchaser
Oregon coast
Great oil, great deal

No clutch slippage with this oil.

I have been using various Maxima oils for over 25 years with never an oil related problem.

Motosport has the best deal I could find if buying a case or more.

Dakota79 Verified Purchaser
Hazen, nd
Good oil

Good oil fair price

Readytoride Top 500 Contributor
Houston, tx
Great purchase

Good oil, only kind that goes in my yz250f

Philadelphia, PA
Cheaper isn't worth it.

I normally run Castrol oil in my 08 GSXR 600, but decided to try Maxima to try to save a few dollars. It wasn't horrible, but I did notice that my bike was a little harsh shifting. I recently changed the oil and used Castrol. The bike shifts as smooth as the day I rode it away from the dealer for the first time.

San Bernardino, CA
Best Brand

I love Maxima!!! It's always done me good, whether its oil, pre mix, transmission oil or anything. It works great, smells great, lasts great. I've ran my bike a couple times a little longer than i probably should have before changing the oil and it has still held up really well. My personal favorite brand of lubricants.

King City, CA
Reliable Oil To Buy

I ride a yz250f and i was really specific about only running yamalube in my bike. but i heard from a local shop that Maxima is a great substitute for yamalube. My bike runs as clean as can be and the oil is cheap to buy often and keep my bike running awesome! great product.

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6 Questions
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Location: Gillespie
Q: Help?
3 months 21 days ago
Can I use this oil on a 2001 Honda xr80r? I bought used and know nothing about the kind of oil to use
Q: What is the difference between this oil and the Maxima Semi Synthetic 4-Stroke Engine Oil?
1 year 11 months ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 11 months ago
A: The difference between the two is that the Premium is 100% mineral oil based whereas the Semi-SYN is 50% mineral oil and 50% synthetic ester based. Ester synthetics are far superior to mineral oil in terms of wear resistance, thermal & oxidative stability, shear resistance & heat transfer. Esters are also polar molecules so they cling to the internal components within your motor which eliminates a dry start-up condition.
Also, feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
Q: Is this a non synthetic oil?
2 years 11 months ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years 11 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: Yes, the Maxima Premium 4 is a petroleum based, non-synthetic oil.
Top 1000 Contributor
2 years 4 months ago Location: Sparta, TN 38583, USA
A: This is a non-synthetic petroleum based oil. Maxima does also offer semi and fully synthetic blends if that's what your in search of.
1 year 10 months ago Location: Ohio, USA
A: Yes, but very good petroleum oil.
Over 11 months ago Location: Oh
A: Yes it is non synthetic
Q: Can you mix 20w50 with 10w40?
Over 3 years ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: You can but It is not recommended to mix 2 different oils with different viscosity in your engine.
Location: PA
Q: What is the grade of this oil ? an can it be used in a 2 stroke transmission?
Over 7 years ago
Over 7 years ago Location: Hastings, MI
A: Its, 10W40 API-SG/CC
Top 250 Contributor
Over 6 years ago Location: elwood in.
A: the grade is 10w40 and i proably not use it in a 2stroke tranny
Top 100 Contributor
Over 3 years ago
A: I wouldn't suggest it at all. But it would "work." If it were me I'd spend the other 3$ and get a good 80-85w tranny oil for that smoker.
Top 1000 Contributor
2 years 4 months ago Location: Sparta, TN 38583, USA
A: This is an engine oil. Maxima makes MTL 80 weight transmission oil that I would recommend for your 2 stroke transmission over this product.
1 year 10 months ago Location: Ohio, USA
A: this is a 10w40 petroleum oil. can be used in 2-t trans.Maxima also makes a trans oil in 75wt 80wt 85wt =10w30,10w40 motor oil. the trans oil works best you can notice a difference in shifting and clutch operation.and will hold up better.
Q: How much oil does a 2008 yz250f take? and with a new filter?
Over 7 years ago
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
A: Your best bet would be to check your OEM service manual or contact a local Yamaha shop.
Top 1000 Contributor
2 years 4 months ago Location: Sparta, TN 38583, USA
A: 1.15L with new filter, 1.05L without filter change
1 year 10 months ago Location: Ohio, USA
A: Some bikes have the oil capacity stamped on engine case. it is best to have a service manual. MotoSport sells OEM manuals at a good price, worth every penny.I was a Yamaha Tec.for over 10 years and i always consult the service manuals on every bike i own and work on.
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