Yamalube All Purpose Oil

Yamalube All Purpose Oil
Yamalube All Purpose Oil

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Badboy Verified Purchaser

Good product as described. Excellent seller

Kansas City, MO, USA

This is all i will use in my Yami great product!

Chris Verified Purchaser
NE Georgia
Convenience, Great Price!

Great product, great price, fast delivery....

Cromer Verified Purchaser
Best quality oil

I wouldn't trust any other oil in my ttr 125.

Josh Verified Purchaser
Only use the best!

I ride a yz450f yamalube is the best thing for this bike! Used different brands but motor just doesnt seem to run as great.

Yamalube All Purpose Oil
Menomonee Falls, WI 53051, USA
The right oil for an Yamaha

Its what the manufacturer recommends, and that is what I use. Never have had any problems or complaints.

Good quailty yamalube

Yamalube and seems like a good quality oil

ronatv Verified Purchaser
Wellsville, MO 63384, USA

IF YAMAHA WARRATIES A SREET BIKE MOTOR FOR 100,000 MILES IT"S GOT TO BE GOOD!!!!! I SOLD A brand new 2002 fz1 witch know has 140,000 miles!!!! I DID ALL SERVICE ON BIKE!!!!

MotoMike Verified Purchaser
Henryville, IN, USA
Great Oil!

You can never go wrong with using oil made specifically for your toy! Excellent shipping time from Motosport as well! Will definitely purchase from them again.

EddieO Verified Purchaser
Austin, TX, USA
Great lube in lieu of synthetic

I change my oil frequently enough that full synthetic is not a value for me.
Off the road more dusr & dirt can contaminate your oil& changing a good quality to ME is far more important than greater oil life

chicken Verified Purchaser
Illinois, USA
Yamaha WR250R

Ride Yamaha, Use Yamalube!

Super Chicken
Venturerider Verified Purchaser
Wiscasset , Me ,USA
Great oil for price!

I have a 2006 Yamaha Royal Star Venture , that I bought new and have used YAMALUBE in it since new. I change oil ever 3000 miles. The bike has 60.000 miles on it and never a problem with engine'

CorenS Verified Purchaser Expert MotoSport Staff
Great stuff

It's priced good, and has a great name. I feel comfortable using this oil.

jman Verified Purchaser
Great bang of buck

Really can't go wrong with this oil. I find my bike shifts great. clutches last. seems to hold up for 3-4 rides.

jtate27 Verified Purchaser
Salt Lake City, UT, USA
Great stuff

I have always used Yamalube for my Yamaha 4 strokes. During my lazy youth, with minimal maintenance on my bikes and procrastinated oil changes they have been problem free. Cylinders and other components have stayed tip top after years of riding.

Dennis Verified Purchaser
Great prices.

Great service and quick delivery.

Dadd Verified Purchaser
Great oil

I use this oil in all my bikes and holds up really well and it's the cheaper oil so that's a plus for me.

Rbizzle Verified Purchaser MotoSport Staff Expert
Beaverton, OR, USA
Great Oil

This oil is awesome. I use it in my DRZ400SM and havent had any issues with it. The price is fantastic too!

abe57 Verified Purchaser
Good price

best price around for the 4 4gal case

MechElecTech Verified Purchaser
SouthEastern, USA
Its oil

I cant say until I run it a while longer, but so far so good

15 Questions
Answered:   13
Not Yet:   2
Location: Calhoun
Q: What about a Yamaha PW50? Which Yamalube would work better?
6 days 16 hours ago
Location: Austin, TX
Q: I have a '81 XS650 running in Austin, TX. Would this work well and which weight would you recommend if so?
10 days 6 hours ago
Q: Can I use this in my 1999 yz125?
Over 8 months ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 months ago
A: Yamalube All Purpose Oil would work in the transmission of your 1999 Yamaha YZ125 however I would recommend a Transmission oil.
Location: Tuscaloosa, AL, USA
Q: It says four stroke on the label, can this be used in the bottom end of a two stroke?
Over 10 months ago
Just want to make sure that this will work for my bike before purchasing.
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 10 months ago
A: The Yamalube would work, however I would recommend a transmission oil.
Location: Tillamook, OR 97141, USA
Q: I lost my owners manual which brand and weight would u recommend for a 04kx250 2 stroke? i live on oregon coast near portland?
Over 11 months ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 10 months ago
A: I resonantly have ran the HP2 and HPtrans for many years in my bikes here in Oregon.
Q: Oil Weight Question?
1 year 7 months ago
I have an 06 YZ 450 and a 08 YFZ 450 quad. I would like to run this oil in both but unsure of which weight to run. My manual says 15-40. But this oil doesn't come in that weight. Temps will be 50 degrees and above. Thanks for any help!
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 7 months ago
A: Both the 20W-50 or 10W-40 would work fine in your YFZ450. I personally run and recommend the 20W-50. Most dealerships use 20W-50 as well. The 20W-50 will cover slightly higher engine temperatures.
Q: 2015 Yamaha TTR 125 oil weight? Synthetic?
1 year 8 months ago
Just wondering what weight and oil trype you recommend in a 2015 TTR 125 will be trail ridding about twice a week. thank you!
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 8 months ago
A: I recommend the Yamalube 20w50. Refer to your yamaha service or owners manual for recommended oil.
Q: I was running yamalube 20w50 just changed it went to quicksilver 5w40 full synthetic now smokes when first start it should I go back to yamalube?
1 year 10 months ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 10 months ago
A: Yamalube 20W-50 is a great oil, I personally have ran it for many years and would stick with the Yamalube.
Location: Madison, WI, USA
Q: What ratio of oil do i use for my 04 R6?
2 years ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years ago
A: The conditions you will be riding in will determine the best weight to use. I recommend 10W-40 in the winter and 20W-50 in the summer.
Location: Detroit, MI, USA
Q: Would this oil work?
2 years 1 month ago
According to the manual it says either 10w30 or 20w40. I have looked a lot of places and I can't really find a lot of this type of oil. Would this yamaha all purpose oil be ok?
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 1 month ago
A: Yes the Yamalube will work great in your 2013 Yamaha R6. The conditions you will be riding in will determine the best weight to use. I recommend 10W-40 in the winter and 20W-50 in the summer.
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