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Torco Racing Fork Fluid
Racing Fork Fluid
You save $1.56 (10%)
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 T-4MXR Petroleum Blend
T-4MXR Petroleum Blend
You save $1.41 (10%)
Torco T-4MXR Petroleum Blend Torco T-4MXR is a blend of specially selected synthetic and petroleum base oils for off-road four-stroke racing engines. T-4MXR provides the highest degree of pro...
Torco T4SR MPZ Synthetic Engine Oil
T4SR MPZ Synthetic Engine Oil
You save $5.96 (28%)
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...

Latest Reviews

John Sage (Paso Robles )

Cost Benefit

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.

John (newnan )

Cost Benefit

Preliminary review open to revision

Only time can tell whether this oil is superior to others for lubrication of high speed, high load 2-strokes but my initial impression is that this oil burns incredibly clean. I am afraid that it might be too clean. There is no sign of oil wetting whatsoever inside the ports and the plug is drier than my 4-stroke engines. It will take a bottom end disassembly to determine whether there is any residual coating on the metal and I'm hoping that there is. I truly want Torco to become my go-to lubricant provider but this initial experience with GP-7 has me concerned. Note: mixture done at 40:1. Will mix next batch at 32:1.

Will (Atlanta )


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.