|Item Weight||12.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.5 x 9 x 7.5 inches|
|Item model number||96936|
|Manufacturer Part Number||96936|
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Mobil 1 96936 20W-50 V-Twin Synthetic Motocycle Motor Oil - 1 Quart (Pack of 6)
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- Enhanced high-temperature durability Outstanding engine cleanliness
- Enhanced lubrication for maximum horsepower Protects engines against harmful dirt deposits
- Excellent protection at peak engine RPM Excellent transmission performance (in 10W-40/20W-50 grades)
- Outstanding resistance to thermal breakdown
- Optimized for hot-running, air-cooled engines
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Motor oil is made from crude oil and is used to lubricate, clean, and cool engines. Types of motor oil include conventional, synthetic, diesel, bio-based, hybrid (blends of conventional and synthetic), and recycled oils. Motor oil varies in weight and viscosity, as well as additives that some manufacturers add to the oil during the refining process. A numerical code system created by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) grades motor oils according to viscosity--the higher the number between 0 and 60, the more viscous (thicker) the oil is. Most consumer motor oils are graded by two numbers, with the first number indicating cold weather (Winter or "W") performance.
This oil has a weight of SAE 20W-50, meaning it has an SAE viscosity rating of 20 in cold temperatures and a rating of 50 at normal operating temperature. Always check your vehicle's owner's manual to verify that this is the correct weight of motor oil for your vehicle.
Conventional Motor Oil
This oil is a conventional motor oil, meaning it is refined from crude oil or petroleum products. Conventional motor oils may or may not have additives included after refining. Conventional motor oils are more versatile than synthetic or hybrid motor oils, because they are suitable for use with nearly all types of modern vehicle engines, from cars and trucks to motorcycles, ATVs, farm equipment, and more.
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For my bike I would trust SYN3 and Mobil 1, but my first choice is Mobil 1. I don't trust AMSOIL enough to put it in my engine. Here is why. First, AMSOIL 20W50 is not API certified and may void my warranty. The AMSOIL website says its 20W50 meets API requirements, but this doesn't mean it's API certified. If you go to the API website and check AMSOIL, only 8 of their oils are certified, 20W50 is not on the list. Second, I don't trust their multi-level-marketing (MLM) network. Why does this matter? Well, they have literally thousands of distributors. Chances are, if you are reading a blog about how well AMSOIL performs, a "news" article, product review, comparison, etc., you can most likely trace the source of all these resources (or get directed towards) an AMSOL distributor sponsored website. Even most of the positive AMSOIL posts on discussion boards are pretty much spam promoting the product. Hence, most of the great reviews I've read are not really reviews. I would be very interested to see a quality product review tested by an independent.
As for the H-D SYN3, this is comparable to M1, but because it says H-D on the box, you're gonna pay more for what I believe is at best on par with the Mobil 1. Screamin' Eagle SYN3 is manufactured by Citgo. I heard a rumor on the H-D boards that Harley-Davidson could not strike a deal with Mobil because Mobil would not remove their name from the package.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the best synthetic motor oil that money can buy in my opinion. I highly recommend it.Published 1 month ago by Cole
I like the fact you can use it in all three. The primary, motor and transmission.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I USED MOBIL IN MY YAMHA FOR 40,000 MILES NO PROBLEMS , THE SUN OIL SURE MADE A BIG DIFFERENCE WHEN RIDING IN 90 PLUS WEATHERPublished 2 months ago by Chuck Ellsworth