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Yamalube All Purpose Oil
Yamalube All Purpose Oil

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45 Reviews
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Verified Purchaser
Va
Best price

Motosport had the best price on oil. With 8 bikes and ATVs I needed a deal.

SAN DIEGO, CA
Good conventional oil.

Good oil considering it is conventional oil. Very good price here compared to stealerships. If you have a fast revving engine or a "race" engine in your bike or quad I suggest you step up to a synthetic blend oil. But for basic conventional oil it is very good.

Cleveland, OH
Factory recommended

Heard nothing but good reviews on the oil, and it's what Yamaha obviously recommends in their manual - so I've tried it and i'll be using it on each oil change now.

Verified Purchaser
Texas
Yamalube Oil

Product works well always used on Yamaha’s.

Blacksburg, VA
Never had an issue

It's Yamaha's recommended oil in their bikes at a great price. Never had an issue using it in my 2015 FZ-07, so I will continue to use it.

Houston
Yamalube

I never understood why folks throw the cheapest oil they can find in an auto store, in
to their bikes, when Motosport sells the real stuff so cheaply.

Verified Purchaser Top 500
Neptune yeah Bass
Makes tight holes loose again

You can pretty much use this stuff for anything makes great laundry detergent to pretty decent in the dishwasher not bad for your teeth either

Portland OR
Good Lube

Works like it should. Incredibly fast shipping.

Verified Purchaser
Washington
Yamalube

It's oil. One will use the brand they like and has worked in the past.

Verified Purchaser
Lockport NY
Yamalube

Its oil, and it works, not much to say. But their price was the best, and that is why I bought from them.

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17 Questions
Answered:   15
Not Yet:   2
Young
Q: Can I use yamalube 20w-50
Over 5 months ago
rknight
Top 25
Over 5 months ago
A: Hello,

It depends on the machine really. Please consult your manual or a shop to get the exact oil specs for your bike.
Eman
Q: For my 2008 yamaha raptor 250, its getting colder out, should I use semi-syntheic or just use all purpose and what kind of sae do i use for the cold?
1 year ago
Alex
Top 25
1 year ago
A: You will always want to use the weight and style of oil Yamaha recommends in your factory service manual all year round.
Bukes
Q: What about a Yamaha PW50? Which Yamalube would work better?
1 year 10 months ago
Chargehammer
Yamalube All Purpose Oil
Q: I have a '81 XS650 running in Austin, TX. Would this work well and which weight would you recommend if so?
1 year 10 months ago
Bert
Q: Can I use this in my 1999 yz125?
2 years 6 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years 6 months ago
A: Yamalube All Purpose Oil would work in the transmission of your 1999 Yamaha YZ125 however I would recommend a Transmission oil.
Cheeseburger
Q: It says four stroke on the label, can this be used in the bottom end of a two stroke?
2 years 8 months ago
Just want to make sure that this will work for my bike before purchasing.
MotoSportExpert
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years 8 months ago
A: The Yamalube would work, however I would recommend a transmission oil.
himes
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
2 years 8 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years 8 months ago
A: I resonantly have ran the HP2 and HPtrans for many years in my bikes here in Oregon.
YZ450
Q: Oil Weight Question
Over 3 years 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!
MotoSportExpert
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years 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.
Giffy21
Q: 2015 Yamaha TTR 125 oil weight? Synthetic?
Over 3 years 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!
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 3 years ago
A: I recommend the Yamalube 20w50. Refer to your yamaha service or owners manual for recommended oil.
riley
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?
Over 3 years ago
MotoSportExpert
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago
A: Yamalube 20W-50 is a great oil, I personally have ran it for many years and would stick with the Yamalube.
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# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
1 Gallon / 10W40 LUB-10W40-AP-04
1 Quart / 10W40 LUB-10W40-AP-12
1 Gallon / 20W50 LUB-20W50-AP-04
1 Quart / 20W50 LUB-20W50-AP-12