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SAE 60 Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil

Product code : MCSQT-EA

• Resists extreme heat to help keep engines clean and efficient
• Reduces wear and deposits for maximum engine compression and power
Convenience of one lubricant for all three sumps
Outstanding wet-clutch performance

• Resists extreme heat to help keep engines clean and efficient
• Reduces wear and deposits for maximum engine compression and power
Convenience of one lubricant for all three sumps
Outstanding wet-clutch performance

SAE 60 Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil



Engineered for maximum performance in V-twin engines and motorcycle transmissions. Protects against extreme heat. Wet-clutch compatible. Advanced synthetic formulation resists viscosity loss to keep critical components clean and protected.

See the product data sheet for full details.

REDUCES WEAR & DEPOSITS

  • Contains heavy treatment of anti-wear additives to reduce wear in the most extreme operating conditions.
  • Fortified with maximum levels of oxidation inhibitors to fight deposits for maximum engine compression and power.

WITHSTANDS EXTREME HEAT

  • Formulated with naturally heat-resistant synthetic base oils that resist oxidation in extreme summer heat and during strenuous stop-and-go rally or parade traffic.
  • Unique additive system helps keep engines clean and running efficiently in the toughest riding conditions.

PROTECTS TRANSMISSIONS

  • Shear-stable formulation resists thinning from mechanical activity to protect transmissions from wear.
  • Performs like a gear lube without the negative effects of extreme-pressure additives.
  • Delivers the convenience of one lubricant for all three sumps.

TRUSTED BY PROFESSIONALS

AMSOIL Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil is the top choice of hardcore riders everywhere. Here’s what some have to say.

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SAE 60 Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil



SAE 60 Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil

  • 5 star rating
    V-twin oil for sportster
    By  MICHAEL,  a  Verified Buyer  from  Arizona  on  May 20, 2022
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    Excited to put this oil to the test in my 04 Harley sportster 1200.
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    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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  • 5 star rating
    Engine Inspection
    By  CHARLES,  a  Verified Buyer  on  May 19, 2022
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    I had a engine Inspection done on my 2005 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic at sixty thousand miles. The mechanic enquired on what type of oil I used after the inspection. I told him I used the Amsoil 20w 50 for v twins. He said it would probably pay for me to stay with this product that my engine looked new.
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    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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  • 5 star rating
    Best for me
    By  MARIO,  a  Verified Buyer  from  Decatur Al   on  May 18, 2022
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    A+ product ✨️
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    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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  • 5 star rating
    My go to oil
    By  ALBERT,  a  Verified Buyer  from  NJ  on  May 16, 2022
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    I’ve been using Amsoil for my 2016 Indian Chieftain. This oil maintains its viscosity as witnessed when my old oil is being changed out. Also, I like that this is a synthetic oil vs. the semi-synthetic blend from the OEM. Keep up the high quality Amsoil!
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    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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  • 5 star rating
    Dealership Oil Kit - vs - Amsoil
    By  DAN,  a  Verified Buyer  from  TX  on  May 16, 2022
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    The dealership for the Indian Chief 2022, offers an oil change kit with 5.5 quarts and filter for the same price as Amsoil 6 quarts of full Syntectic. Dealership oil is a Synthetic blend - plus the bike uses 6 quarts - you end up buying an extra quart just to get the level right. Some people call Dealership - Stealership. I'm glad I took care of my 500-mile break-in - with Amsoil full Syntectic
    Bottom Line
    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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  • 5 star rating
    Great oil
    By  JUSTIN,  a  Verified Buyer  from  Dillsburg   on  May 11, 2022
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    Currently using this oil in my 08 V Star 650. The oil makes the bike run cooler and it shifts much smoother.
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    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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  • 5 star rating
    20w-50-synthetic v-twin
    By  DANIEL,  a  Verified Buyer  from  Dover, AR  on  May 09, 2022
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    Great product and fast shipping.
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    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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  • 5 star rating
    Amsoil products
    By  thomas,  a  Verified Buyer  from  New Hampshire  on  May 09, 2022
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    been using Amsoil products for decades, never let me down
    Bottom Line
    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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  • 5 star rating
    Only option
    By  mark,  a  Verified Buyer  from  Florida  on  May 06, 2022
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    V Twin for primary and motor. Even after riding hard back and forth from Orlando to Sarasota and back to Orlando same day. Oil pressure stays stable also seems to be a bit quieter than harley oil. Also run 80/90 Synthetic gear oil in trans. To me anything that has gear in it deserves dedicated gear oil especially in Florida. Shifts more consistent and quiater even after 300 miles than 20/50 motor oil. Your bike Your decision. My decision is amsoil. Be Safe
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    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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  • 5 star rating
    V-Twin
    By  JAMES,  a  Verified Buyer  on  May 05, 2022
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    I ride a Chief Classic, I have always done my own oil service and used Indian oil because of warranty purposes. The bike always averaged 41, to 42 miles per gallon. Making the switch to Amsoil V-twin oil, that average has consistently been 47.9 miles per gallon ever since. That says to me that Amsoil is far superior and has much better lubricity, and in turn, cause my engine to not have to work as hard. I'm not an oil chemist by any means. The Indian oil is a semi synthetic and Amsoil is a full synthetic. That is all I know but the proof is in the pudding as they say, or in the proven mileage improvement.
    Bottom Line
    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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