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Yamalube All Purpose Oil
Yamalube All Purpose Oil

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Description See Also: 51 Reviews 23 Questions Part Numbers
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51 Reviews
4.9 out of 5 stars
5 Star   48 4 Star   3 3 Star   0 2 Star   0 1 Star   0
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Verified Purchaser
Great oil!

Not sure what was put in my 4 wheeler before I bought it second hand, but as soon as I cranked it after putting this oil in it ran so much smoother

Verified Purchaser

Have always used yamalube and I’ll use nothing else!

Best oil to Use

If you own any type of Yamaha I highly recommend Yamahalube, they have several options to choose from depending on what your vehicle requires.

Verified Purchaser
Good Oil

Works. My Yamaha Bolt runs well with it.

Verified Purchaser
Great prices

I bought a gallon of oil for my quad, prices was great. Will definitely be ordering from here again

Verified Purchaser
Central NJ
Great Product. Repeat purchase.

Have been using this since I got the bike. Serves me and my riding style well.

Verified Purchaser
Best price

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

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
Yamalube Oil

Product works well always used on Yamaha’s.

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23 Questions
Answered:   19
Not Yet:   3
Q: Would this oil work on my 2001 Yamaha Raptor 660r ? 
25 days ago
Q: I got a 2015 raptor 700 and summers coming, what’s the best oil to use?
1 month 29 days ago
Top 10
1 month 29 days ago
A: This is a great engine oil to use in your raptor. The heavier viscosity will work better in hot conditions if you are worried about the oil temperatures on the bike.
Rolling landmass
Q: About to replace the clutch on my 1995 xv250. What yamalube is recommended?
2 months 23 days ago
Top 1
2 months 23 days ago
A: Because of the age of your bike I would suggest using a conventional oil due to its consistency. For your bike I would run a 5w-30 or 10w30 weight oil.
Q: Is the 10w-40 safe for my 03 yz250f?
2 months 24 days ago
Trevor Gearhead
Top 10
2 months 24 days ago
A: 10w-30 or 10-40w when riding in temps of 100 or more. It is safe.
Q: My sons 2019 Yamaha PW50 calls for transmission oil type: Motor Oil SAE 10W-30 type SE or higher or Gear Oil SAE 85W GL-3. Would Yamalube 10W-40 be fine to use?
3 months 19 days ago
Q: Will this oil work on my 2001 banshee
4 months 1 day ago
Top 25
4 months 1 day ago
A: No that is intended for four stroke engines you will need Yamalube 2R 2 stroke oil
Q: Can I use yamalube 20w-50
1 year 1 month ago
Top 25
1 year 1 month 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.
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 8 months ago
Top 25
1 year 8 months ago
A: You will always want to use the weight and style of oil Yamaha recommends in your factory service manual all year round.
Q: What about a Yamaha PW50? Which Yamalube would work better?
2 years 5 months ago
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?
2 years 5 months ago
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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