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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-10-2008, 05:24 PM Thread Starter
 
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Amsoil to introduce their new 10w 30 motorcycle oil August 1st

Since several OEM's are now recommending a 10w 30 motorcylce oil Amsoil will be bringing theirs to the market on August 1st. This oil will have all the same performance inhancements as their 10w 40's and 20w 50's have. Benefits like cooler running engine temperatures in both air cooled as well as liquid cooled engines, superior wear control, foaming control. viscosity stability for transmissions, wet clutch compatibility, reduced oil consumption. and excellent storage protection.
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-13-2008, 01:50 PM
 
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price is the deal maker... i change oil whether or not it needs to be.

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price is the deal maker... i change oil whether or not it needs to be.

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Making deals on price only can be a very costly decision. Most people know the price of something, but not the cost and then it may be to late. My dad use to tell me that, but I didn't fully understand it until later in life. I would buy the cheapest shoes and then go through them fairly fast until I started buying quality shoes and now they last to long and I give them to charity so I can buy a new design.
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-13-2008, 05:55 PM
 
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Making deals on price only can be a very costly decision. Most people know the price of something, but not the cost and then it may be to late. My dad use to tell me that, but I didn't fully understand it until later in life. I would buy the cheapest shoes and then go through them fairly fast until I started buying quality shoes and now they last to long and I give them to charity so I can buy a new design.
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during my years of endurance racing, i used cheap valvoline race oil. different viscosity of course than regular street, but still similar protection.

engine teardowns show no problems. for street, i still use whatever is on sale at wal-mart. first i make sure it's not a fuel savour oil.

it's not uncommon for me to change oil 3x in the same season. i even change oil before and after long storage.

for me, price is the deal maker. name brands that are on sale gets my money.

as for shoes... makes no sense purchasing $100 shoes that is endorsed by athletes. style trends are more important to clothing than it's performance factor. i sure hope oil doesn't fit into that style trend category. when i was younger, i bought into the marketing hype that if it's expensive, then it must be superior. i wasted so much on mobile 1.

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