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Maxima Fork Oil
Maxima Fork Oil

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Item #MXM000Z

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Verified Purchaser Top 500
Rochester, MN
Fork oil

I used this same stuff when I was wprking at a dealer. Its a affordable good oil that doesn't fade real fast

Verified Purchaser
Great choice

I had to change the fork seals on my bike and I looked at alot of different fork oils.
This is what I finally found that would fit my application. I have not had any problems with rebound or with sag in the front end.
I have put almost 2,000 miles on the bike in three weeks and not one problem.
I have been shooting curves, almost drifting them, and highway riding, with no issues.

Top 250 Contributor

had my forks serviced and the guy uses maxima fork oil,5w and with the new oil and adjustments made such a huge difference, ill be sticking with this oil for my forks here on out

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West Virginia, USA

This product was exactly what I needed. And it came the very next day of me ordering it.

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Verified Purchaser
Washougal, WA 98671, USA
Maxima fork oil & bottle!

The bottle looks amazing with the green color! Not a lime green but not a Forrest green either. It is the perfect blend of green. It's a bit deceiving at first too. Initially you would guess that the green covers 80% of the front of the bottle, when in actuality it probably covers only 35%. Simply incredible! Also, there's oil. It seems to do its job. You know.......... It's oil.

Verified Purchaser
Good stuff

I used to buy this from my local shop, until I found a better price here.
Maxima makes good stuff, it works well, my forks like it ;-)

MotoSport Staff Verified Purchaser Expert
Salt Lake City, UT, USA
Preferred Front Fork Oil.

Great smooth action and holds up well.

8 Questions
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1 month 21 days ago
Top 10
1 month 21 days ago
A: the best place to find this information is in your bike's User Manual. 10w40 is a common weight, but again, we highly recommend you take a look at your User Manual to find the manufacturer recommendation for that bike.
Q: How many millilitres of 5wt maxima do i need for my 1993 yz250
2 years 5 months ago
stock forks
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 5 months ago
A: Please refer to Yamaha Service/Owners manual for proper specs.
Q: Whats recommended for 2005 rmz450
2 years 8 months ago
whats the recommended viscosity or weight for my bike and can it be used in the rear shock too
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years 8 months ago
A: Please refer to your Suzuki owners/service manual for oil recommendations. Generally the 5wt fork oil would be recommended.
Q: What is the prefered oil for a 2014 kx250f? and W?
2 years 9 months ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 9 months ago
A: Please refer to your owners/service manual for the recommended oils.
Q: 1993 yz 250
Over 3 years ago
what would be the best for a 1993 yz 250
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 3 years ago
A: Yes the Maxima Fork Oil would work great in your 1993 Yamaha YZ250 forks.
(refer to the Yamaha Service manual for recommended weight)
Q: What is the recomended wt for a 2013 kawasaki KX 450 air fork
Over 3 years ago
Top 1 Contributor
Over 3 years ago
A: Cartridge forks use 5wt fork fluid. I would double check with your owners or service manual for sure on your KX450F.
Q: 2012 kx450 fork oil weight
Over 3 years ago
the manual recommends Kayaba 01 do you know what the equivalent is
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago
A: The 2012kx450f uses a 5wt cartridge fork fluid. That would be equivalent to Kayaba 01 fork fluid
Q: Whats the recomended wt and amount of oil for each fork on a 2004 yz250f?
Over 4 years ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 4 years ago
A: The recommended weight for your 2004 Yamaha YZ250F would be 5wt oil. Unfortunately, I do not have the specifications for the amount of oil required in each fork tube, I would have to recommend you refer to your owners/service manual for the oil capacity specifications.
# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
1 Liter / 5WT 54901
16oz / 5WT 54916
1 Liter / 10WT 55901
16oz / 10WT 55916
1 Liter / 15WT 56901
16oz / 15WT 56916
1 Liter / 20WT 57901
16oz / 20WT 57916
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