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Torco V-Series Motor Oil
Torco
V-Series Motor Oil
$11.29
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Torco V-Series Motor Oil V-Series "ST" Motor Oils are formulated using highly refined petroleum base stocks and Torco's race proven MPZ® additive providing better cooling, cleaning, ring s...
Torco Racing Fork Fluid
Torco
Racing Fork Fluid
$14.39
You save $1.56 (10%)
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Torco Racing Fork Fluid Racing Fork Fluids are a series of high V.I. synthetic blend fluids designed to exceed the demands of all cartridge and damper rod applications. RFF maintains viscosi...
Torco T4SR MPZ Synthetic Engine Oil
Torco
T4SR MPZ Synthetic Engine Oil
$14.99
You save $5.96 (28%)
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Torco T4SR MPZ Synthetic Engine Oil T-4SR is a 100% synthetic oil designed for highly stressed 4-stroke racing engines. T-4SR is an MPZ® formula that offers the ultimate in viscosity cont...
Torco TR-1 MPZ Motorcycle Engine Oil
Torco
TR-1 MPZ Motorcycle Engine Oil
$11.99
You save $1.96 (14%)
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Torco TR-1 MPZ Motorcycle Engine Oil The ultimate petroleum base high performance oil designed for motorcycles Formulated with Torco’s exclusive synthetic viscosity improver and rac...

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John Sage (Paso Robles )

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Worth every penny

Quite simply, the best oil on the market for motorcycles. A lot of people swear by Motul, and it is a fine oil, but not in the same class as T4SR. This oil from Torco will make your engine perform better, period. The first time I used this, I was given 4 qts by a sales rep to try it out. Was running Motul in my ZX-10R ('05) at the time. Since I used it the first time, I have only used this oil when I could find it. Availability can be tough sometimes, and now that I live in a rural area, I just order it online. Yes it is pricey, but I have never had or used an oil before or since that makes a NOTICABLE difference in the performance on my bikes. I got onto an R1 in 2006, and have been running YZF-R1's ever since. The clutch engagement using Torco T4SR is smoother and the engine revs noticeably faster. Modern liter bikes rev fast anyway, but running T4SR it makes it feel like the flywheel has been cut by 50%. If you look at your bike as a long term investment, that you own and take care of, this oil makes perfect sense. If your bikes are thrashers that only last a few months, stick with a cheaper oil. I own my bikes and have three, my R1, a Super Tenere and an R1150GS. They all get the Torco treatment.

Daniel (San Jose )

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Torco Oil - Old School Endorsement

I've used Torco oil exclusively in my 1975 860 Ducati from the time it was purchased new to today. It is still running strong four decades later. Around 42K I installed bigger bore higher compression pistons for a little more punch. I was delighted to see that the original pistons looked virtually brand new when removed! With well over 50K miles its still getting around with the original bearings and internals. A very satisfied user of Torco oils.

Mike (Big Bear City )

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A great oil for classic/vintage motorcycles

I ride classic Triumph motorcycles. This oil, with some Lucas oil-conditioning additive, provides excellent heat and wear protection for original bearings and bushings. It also has some (they don't say how much) zinc additive that helps to lubricate high-impact surfaces such as push-rod ends, tappet to cam lobe and rocker arm to valve stem interfaces. And, especially important in British bikes, it doesn't leak out nearly so easily as a multi-vis. I highly recommend it!

Will (Atlanta )

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Don't overpay for Fox-branded fluid

Bought a quart to change the fluid in my bike's Fox fork, but didn't want to pay $25 for 300cc. Found this instead. Same specs but much lower price. The fork feels like new and my wallet doesn't feel violated.