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    Factory Line Synthetic Fork Oil
    $17.95
    $13.82
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    Motul Factory Line 100% Synthetic Fork Oil Specially formulated for SHOWA, KAYABA, OHLINS, WP forks, and any inverted or conventional telescopic forks. Reduced internal friction of fo
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    Expert Line Synthetic Blend Fork Oil
    $12.50
    $9.63
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    Motul Expert Line Synthetic Blend Fork Oil Specially designed for all types of forks, inverted or conventional. Contains an ANTI-FRICTION additive specially developed by Motul which minimizes drag an
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    Factory Line 400-V1 Shock Oil
    $22.95
    $17.67
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    Motul Factory Line 400-V1 Racing Shock Absorber Hydraulic Fluid Specially designed for racing shock absorbers, road racing or off road applications, tested and developed in partnership with

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    JASON (CRAFTSBURY, VT)

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    NEVER TOO GOOD

    As oils need to run cleaner for emissions and lose their protective properties how can you afford not to buy the best? I plan to keep my engines running the best I can. I always do my homework and Motul is the best and from Superstore it is as cheap as any synthetic on the market.

    Mike (Siloam Springs, AR)

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    Perfect for Vintage 2T

    My go to oil for vintage two strokes. No lurching when put in gear first thing in the morning, no clutch slipping or judder. Almost telepathic shifts.

    Dillon (Phoenix, OR)

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    All I Ever USE. NO SYNTHETIC EVER!!

    The Motul RBF600 is tried and true. I've used it for years on my street now turned racebike for the AFM series in California. Temps get pretty hot and the brake fade I get with this product is minimal! Don't trust anything less, because this will mean the fine line between making or breaking that corner.

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