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Tony...is it possible to block me from ever posting to ANY thread discussion on "motorcycle oil" ?


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post #2 of 27 (permalink) Old 04-02-2007, 07:59 AM
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Yes, Tony can Ban you.

The real question, is would it be possible to completley block off areas of the board or threads so we don't have to even see them in the New Posts list... LOL!

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If you would all just submit to the power of amsoil this wouldn't be a problem




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Can I get it discounted for the same price as Rotella? (I'm cheap)

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I wish. I'm not even a dealer anymore as thier customer service sucks big time. but if youve ever heard the sound of a rod knock coming from your motor after being leaned over for a long sweeper, you will be a convert as well. after that 5000 dollar mistake, I only use the best.




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post #7 of 27 (permalink) Old 04-02-2007, 09:45 AM Thread Starter
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I wish. I'm not even a dealer anymore as thier customer service sucks big time. but if youve ever heard the sound of a rod knock coming from your motor after being leaned over for a long sweeper, you will be a convert as well. after that 5000 dollar mistake, I only use the best.
So you switched to Rotella

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after that 5000 dollar mistake, I only use the best.
That is Motul 300V Double Esters 15W50 for my Italian beast!

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post #9 of 27 (permalink) Old 04-02-2007, 10:04 AM Thread Starter
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That is Motul 300V Double Esters 15W50 for my Italian beast!
Mike where are you buying it....how much for a jug?

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Mike where are you buying it....how much for a jug?
I bought it over the winter online and can't remember where. Sorry.

I paid like $47-$50 shipped to my door for the 4 liter jug.

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post #11 of 27 (permalink) Old 04-02-2007, 10:31 AM
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Rick you are now in an oil thread like it or not.

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post #12 of 27 (permalink) Old 04-02-2007, 10:44 AM Thread Starter
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Rick you are now in an oil thread like it or not.

Amsoil is the best followed by Spectro Gold IMHO.
Crap how did this happen

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I'm pretty sure that you've been blocked from posted in threads about brake lines already!

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I bought it over the winter online and can't remember where. Sorry.

I paid like $47-$50 shipped to my door for the 4 liter jug.

$12 bucks a quart???? that's more that "FAA approved" aircraft oil!! (God bless marketing departments!)
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$12 bucks a quart???? that's more that "FAA approved" aircraft oil!! (God bless marketing departments!)
Hell boy, you need to keep your priorities straight! Just think what is more important. Of course it is more.

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Hell boy, you need to keep your priorities straight! Just think what is more important. Of course it is more.

I do have my priorites straight, but $12 bucks is kooky talk!
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So you switched to Rotella
I said I only use the best. Rotella is cheap shit. I don't mind paying for quality, I buy amsoil only for all my vehicles.




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Tony, since you are not selling Amsoil any more do you know where I can pick some up?

Do any local stores carry it?

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$12 bucks a quart???? that's more that "FAA approved" aircraft oil!! (God bless marketing departments!)
As much as I ride, about 1500-2000 a year, I only change my oil every 1-2 years. If I was changing it 4-5 times a year, I MIGHT use something cheaper.

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Hell boy, you need to keep your priorities straight! Just think what is more important. Of course it is more.
Bruce you forget Bernie had a Scotsman in the wood pile somewhere in the past...you want to watch a penny bleed?

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Amsoil = Castrol in a fancy bottle. D


Only thing I use synthetic oil on now is the bikes and thats because thats all teh Spectrol I can find. USed it on the Shelby, but thats because of how hot that damn thing got.

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What was that purple shit the bike shops use to push, parts guy said it would give me 5 more hp? I swear it was grape juice and vodka..




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I do have my priorites straight, but $12 bucks is kooky talk!
Yeah, $12 is crazed.

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What was that purple shit the bike shops use to push, parts guy said it would give me 5 more hp? I swear it was grape juice and vodka..
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You should change Oil at least once at the end of each season regardless
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