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Maxima 530MX Synthetic 4-Stroke Engine Oil
Maxima 530MX Synthetic 4-Stroke Engine Oil

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Description See Also: 6 Reviews 10 Questions Part Numbers WARNING
Item #MXM000E

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6 Reviews
4.3 out of 5 stars
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Andy
2 months 9 days ago Colorado
Snowbike

I ran this gear oil in my '17 Yamaha yz450f that I run as a snowbike. I chose to run this oil because, I had heard good things about Maxima and, I chose this lower viscosity/weight 5/30 because, of the colder environment I was running in to pick up the oil quicker and, after half a season of riding was very surprised to have to replace the clutch on it....I have been riding for a long time and I know how to use a clutch and, I have never had to replace a clutch on any of my bikes in the past so, I would not recomend a full synthetic oil to run as gear oil. I would only run a semisynthetic oils for gear oil and, would only run full synthetic for pre mix if running a two stroke. Definitely use higher weight gear oil in hot/warm coditions like what is recommended for your bike.

Bergman93 Verified Purchaser
1 year 6 months ago Prescott, Arizona
Oil quality

I have tested oils for the high performance dirt bike engines for a long time. I decided to give maxima 530mx one year in a new engine, pulled the engine down to the cases. Found the engine parts to show minimal wear! Bottom line is it truly is a high performance oil! Will keep using in the future

Josh
2 years 6 months ago Indianapolis, IN
Excellent Product

This is the only oil I will ever run in my race bikes. Never had a problem with Maxima and has better clutch feel than other competing oils I have ran in the past.

RiderOfRed
Over 7 years ago
Good Stuff

Put this in my 09 crf250r after using stock oil, felt good clutch feels smoother easier to pull, and a bit of mid range power was added not a huge diff but just a tad. worth the price

2tuff
Over 9 years ago Cottage Grove Or
Excellent

expensive but great oil. My 2009 kx450 was overheating with Torco T-4 on hot days over 85 degrees. Even with engine ice. Switch to this havent had a problem since.

KawaRacer3 Top 500 Contributor
Over 9 years ago Arlington, WA
Expensive

great oil. only thing my sponsors allow me to run.

10 Questions
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Not Yet:   0
Madojon12
Q: How would this oil do in a Honda XR650L?
1 year 4 months ago
Michael
Top 10
1 year 4 months ago
A: the weight of this oil does cover a broad spectrum, so this would work just fine for that XR650L, recommendation however, is to refer to your user manual for the correct viscosity that is specific for your bike.
Kodmut
Q: Will this 5W30 work for me and where I live?
1 year 7 months ago
I have a 2005 Yamaha YFZ450, that has a lot of work done to it. I have a Wiseco 13.5:1 compression piston, Hinson clutch basket, and Burnett carbon friction plate kit. I live in northwestern PA, where I ride from 85 degrees in the summer, down to -7 degrees in the winter. Would this oil and that weight be alright to use for my quad and where I live?
Michael
Top 10
1 year 7 months ago
A: It is full race grade, and their ALL WEATHER formula. So yes, this is a great choice for your purpose.
jayjadee
Q: Is there a thicker 530MX like 10w-40 or 20w-50 available??
Over 5 years ago
MotoSportRyanT
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 5 years ago
A: The Maxima 530MX is only made as a 5w30 viscosity. I would recommend looking into Maxima Premium4 or Maxima Semi-Synthetic for a 10w40 or 20w50 viscosity oils.
calhoun
Q: I live in north east ohio should i run 5w 30 in my kx450f
Over 6 years ago
MotosportStaff
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago
A: This question definitely depends on how cold you are willing to ride. If you plan on riding in temperatures well below freezing then I would suggest the 5W30. If it just dips below freezing, say 30 degrees- then running a 10W40 will still be ok.
dan24
Q: Can i use this oil in my 2006 KLX125L
Over 9 years ago
KawaRacer3
Top 500 Contributor
Over 9 years ago
A: you can but its overkill. they use this in race bikes
james718
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 9 years ago
A: I'm sure you could, but I'd recommend you reading your service manual and see what the book recommends for motor oil.
b314
Q: Would this oil be ok to use in ur race bike in the pacific northwest in the middle of the summer or would that be to hot
Over 10 years ago
james718
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 10 years ago
A: Unfortunately I can not give you recommendations on the type of oil to run in your bike. But I will advise you to read your service manual and see what is recommended for you particular machine.
KawaRacer3
Top 500 Contributor
Over 10 years ago
A: they don't make oil weather friendly.. i run it all year
DLipscomb
Q: Is 5w-30 too light I usually use 10w 50 in my 450
Over 10 years ago
james718
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 10 years ago
A: It depends on where you live (ie temp).
theDog
Q: Is this a Quart?
Over 10 years ago
BOB3
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 10 years ago
A: This oil comes in a 1 liter/33.8 oz. bottle. Slightly more than one quart.
jdford67
Q: Where does this oil go? Gearcase? Gas Mix?
Over 10 years ago
BOB3
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 10 years ago
A: This is a 5w30 motor oil and would be used in the crankcase of a 4-storke. Check you manual to see if the manufacturer recommends running 5w30 in your machine.
CrazyKidOnHonda
Q: What is the weight of the oil? Is it 20w-50, 20w-40, 10w-40, or 10w-30?
Over 10 years ago
munchie
Top 500 Contributor
Over 10 years ago
A: It is actually 5w-30.
# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
Maxima 530MX Synthetic 4-Stroke Engine Oil 90901
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WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.