Charlie in Queensland
I have a 2007 V Star 1100 with 16,000 kms on the clock. I have had it regularly serviced by Yamaha dealers and was surprised to learn that they didn't use Yamalube oil when servicing my bike (Shell oil on my invoice). I recently serviced my bike for a long (6,000kms) trip and insisted on Yamalube engine oil. After around 5,000 kms, I began to notice the gearchange becoming harsher/raspy and more clunky in all gears, not just going into first. The only difference this time was the use of Yamalube engine/trans oil. Could it be that Yamalube begins to break down earlier than other brands?Read All Reviews
Baljit in BC
All I use in my bikes. Never had an issue and trust belrays semi synthetic thumper oil. I run this in my 2008 ktm 250 sxf.Read All Reviews
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