I ride an FJR, the transmission remains quiet and smooth shifting throughout the life of the oil. I tried others and wasn’t pleased with the shifting as the oils got to mid life. Yamaha brand only now and it goes the distance in the AZ heat.
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79000 on my 04 R1 and I use this full synthetic...I run this bike on the street and on the Track at PBIR constantly bouncing it off the rev limiter .
Fast shipping, the best oil for my super tenere
Been using this oil since first change. I assume it will continue to do a good job. The price was the best I could find on the internet. Was delivered quickly too.
This is the second oil change where I've used the Yamaha 15W-50 full synthetic oil in my FZ-10. Engine burns no oil and shifting is super smooth.
I always prefer to use the manufacturer's oil. It helps the bike perform better
Bought this a month a go. Does super
Great product, I don't think you can go wrong with Yamalube 15/50 full synthetic with esters. The price was wthin reason and shipping was prompt.
A good place to do business. They do what they promise & they do in on time.
I will buy here again & refer to my friends. Price is also fair & saved me a lot of money from dealer prices.
Absolutely the best oil out there
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Question asked by Whateverbud
Question:Q: So I can’t find any 10w-40 which is the recommended oil for my 2011 r1 will this be ok to run because it is not on the chart in the owners manual either?Question asked Over 8 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 8 months agoAnswer: A: 10W-40 weight oil is almost always used in conventional oils only, not synthetic oils. As for this particular oil it should work for your application, but once you use a synthetic oil you cannot go back to a conventional oil until you change out your clutch due to slippage.
Question answered by CodyGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 25Question answered Over 8 months agoAnswer: A: The recommended oil for that bike is 10W-40 or 20W-50 depending on the temperature in your area. In the summer months, most run the 20W-50. Semi or full synthetic is best for that bike and we don't have any of the proper Yamalube in those weights. You could go with a different brand like Maxima Semi Synthetic:
Question asked by Kylernl
Question:Q: Will this work with my 2003 Rm250 2 stroke?Question asked Over 9 months ago
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Question:Q: Would i be able to use this in my 2003 yz250f and how many would i need for a full oil change?Question asked Over 10 months ago
Question answered by JerryGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 25Question answered Over 10 months agoAnswer: A: You need at least 2 quarts for you bike, it takes 1.06 quarts.
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Question:Q: Can I use this on my 2018 yz250f with only 8hrs on the bike?Question asked Over 11 months ago
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Question:Q: How much oil does a 2007 YFZ 450 takeQuestion asked Over 12 months ago
Question asked by larry
Question:Q: What is ester? what does it do?Question asked 2 years 1 month agoI was looking at the Yamalube Full synthetic oil with Ester?
Question answered by DavidUser's contributor status: Top 10 ContributorQuestion answered 2 years 1 month agoAnswer: A: Ester oil is synthetic base oil that has been chemically synthesized. Esters are stable molecules, provide good solvency, and provide very good low-temperature and high-temperature performance in engine oils.