Great oil for the price
November 04, 2011(great falls, MT)
Great oil for the price.
Quality oil for the price
September 27, 2011(Sacramento, CA)
No complaints about this oil in my first gen FZ1. I've tried various blends and full synthetics but aside from Mobil1 being my favorite full synth, this feels nearly as good and a bargain price. Nuff said.
Doug E -
August 18, 2011(Derby, KS)
I just put my second gallon in my 2003 Bonneville. The first gallon had 5,000 miles on it and it still looked clean when I drained it. I was kind of surprised at how clean it looked. The bike has 17,000 miles on it and I have a magnet on the oil filter. There was just a very thin fine grey film of filings on the magnet. Seems like good oil to me. Will buy more.
Perfect for my Gixxer
March 08, 2011(Boise, ID)
What can I say the price was right and the product works great. My engine runs quite a bit cooler and nice and smooth with this and there was more than enough to fill my K1 GSXR-600. I would recommend it.
Corey B. -
February 22, 2011(Dresden, TN)
Works awesome!! It made my KX250F run so much smoother!! Buying the gallon is a must, keeps you from going back and buying more when needed now. Never buying anything else!!
my favorite oil of all time
Manoj K -
August 04, 2010(Hutchinson, KS)
this syn blend seems to work in every bike I’ve owned, from 2t to 4t, husqvarna to yamaha the clutch feels great and it keeps things clean inside. I buy gallons at a time
Maxima 4 Oil
October 28, 2009(Santa Cruz, CA)
Good quality oil. I like the 50/50 synthetic blend. Bike runs smooth as a baby's butt!
October 06, 2009(Carol Stream, IL)
Great oil and very good pricing. I use this in my 94 Goldwing
The Honda dealer wanted twice the price for the same oil. What a savings even with shipping from Motorcycle Superstore.
Maxima 4 Oil Blend
Peter Eells -
August 10, 2009(Redding, CA)
I have only had this oil in my bike for about 200 miles now and everything seems just fine, I had the bike shop tell me to switch to a synthetic blend so here it is I am using the 20/50 (my preference for H/O engines)