I only use this fluid, or KYB 01m which is the exact same. Direct OEM. Factory Fluid is worth the money.
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Works really well. Only needed one bottle though as I was told it’s going to need a little more than one for my 07 R1. It took exactly half to fill one fork.
After doing a engine out rebuild project on my dream bike, the last step was the forks. Since this is what Yamaha recommends for my specific bike's forks, this is what I used. I have to say that the use of this fork oil and all OEM parts have given me outstanding results. I have a 2003 Road Star Warrior that looks and rides like it just came off the showroom floor! This is top tier suspension oil for your Yamaha motorcycle.
Brought two liters of Yamalube Suspension oil. Had an issue with one and motosports jump into action. Took care of me right away. I will buy again
Works awesome on kyb sss forks
Used recently to change suspension oil in my 08 YZ450F. Recommended oil per the service manual. Perform as expected.
Bought this for a fork seal job and the oil was what the service manual called. Would have been five stars but only had enough for a fork and a half. Buy two then you won't have to pay 40 bucks to get another jug at local Yamaha shop.
Got my parts fast and came as expected I love Motosport
Recommended for KYB forks. 0wt. High grade syn fluid from Japan.
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Question asked by dirk
Question:Q: The s1 is for 2005 forks? Is one liter enough?Question asked 1 month 24 days ago
Question answered by IsaacUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 month 24 days agoAnswer: A: Yes the S1 is for 2005 and later model YZ125/250, YZ250F/450F and WR250F/450F.
Suspension oil “S1”
195cm3 (6.86 Imp oz, 6.59 US oz)
Suspension oil "S1"
Standard oil amount:
245 cm3 (8.62 Imp oz, 8.28 US oz)
Extent of adjustment:
200~300 cm3 (7.04~10.6 Imp oz,
6.76~10.1 US oz)
Question asked by MtnRider
Question:Q: Is this what I need to use for shock oil in my 2006 YZ250?Question asked Over 3 years agoWhat shock oil required for 2006 YZ250 shock full rebuild
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: Please check your Yamaha Owners/Service manual or with a Yamaha Service department for proper specs and recommendations.