I had a bike that had to go to the dealer for a rebuild I didn't have a tool for and it came back with this in the transmission. I've used a ton of oils over the years and never really believed there was a magic fluid that performs leaps and bounds better than the rest. This stuff actually impressed me. It gave a good lever feel and didn't break down within 10 hours in a hard enduro/HS type environment. Highly impressed. Definitely recommend it.
This oil will improve the performance of your clutch!
I have always liked klotz 2 stroke mixing oil so I decided I would try the gear oil. This is the best oil in my opinion. The difference between the clutch pull, feel, and engagement are night and day difference. Do not waste your money on that trash KTM Motorex oil. Even the beginner in my group noticed the difference between the Klotz, and the Motorex. Now everyone in my group is switching.
If you ride a CRF or a 2 Stroke, this is the best tranny oil out there. It literally lasts twice as long as regular tranny oil. My clutch plates definitely last longer too. Excellent clutch feel & smooth shifting.
I wanted to try something different in my 15 Ktm 300 so i gave this gear oil a shot. Once i changed it i realized how difficult it was to get my bike in neutra. Even shifting wasn't as smooth. Did one ride with it, switched back to good old Maxima MTL 80w :)
I figured I would go out on a limb and try this since I run Klotz 2T premix. It did its job just fine. But not any better than some of the less expensive gear oils. But you will never go wrong running Klotz products.
I have been using this since 2004 without any gearbox and/or clutch issues although the price has seemed to go up considerably compared to other top brands thru the years. I normally change it every 10 hrs or after a full weekends ride BUT now I have to increase the service interval time to offset the cost.
Really, it's the best i've ever used on my 99' KTM 300 exc. It outlasts Bel-Ray, etc. by far and never changes color or gets milky and even smells good. I usually run it for at least 4-6 rides before changing it out, and when I go riding, it's for usually 4-6 hours at a time.
This is the best two stroke oil made. I change it before first trip to dunes each year and it lasts all season. I have used it for more than 10 years and have not lost a tranny yet and haven't burned a clutch yet. The best for high horsepower banshees. worth every dollar
I have always used Klotz Flex Drive 30 Synthetic Gear Lube 32 oz., $9.99 (Part# 1031740001), but the price kept going up. (I ride a KTM 300, 2-smoke.) The description for the Honda HP Transmission oil sounded fine and it was only 5.99, so I bought a few quarts to save money. It looks the same and smells the same as the Klotz, but it definitely does not last as long. I had used Klotz for 3 years. The oil always looked great whenever I changed it. So I went longer and longer without changing the tranny oil until I was going 40 to 50 hours between changes. The oil was only a little milky looking, but not black at all, and was still almost as "thick" as when new. I just finished my second oil change with the Honda HP and both times the oil was completely black and had lost its thickness; it looked like black water. So, the Honda HP oil seemed fine (shifting and clutching were no different) but it may be more important to change oil more often if you use the Honda HP. If you want to go longer between oil changes, the Koltz is probably a better value, which makes me think it is probably better from the start to the end, but costs more. Maybe you do get what you pay for.
This is an excellent 2-stroke tranny oil. Just the fact that its synthetic is a double bonus, dont be fooled, synthetic oil is far superior to conventional oil and the myth that synethic oil makes the clutch slip is just that, a myth.