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Would you guys be interested in a deal on oil.

As many of you may or may not know I am an Amsoil dealer. I was thiking as I was changing my oil after the last event, that all of you guys must be going through oil just as quick as me, and spending too much on it. If I were to come up with a discounted "Track only" price for you guys, would you be interested.




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sure....


of course right now I am Rotella in my bike (because its cheap).
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sure....


of course right now I am Rotella in my bike (because its cheap).
Doing the Skloss monster thing eh?

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actually I picked that up from wink first, then onto hix, then dolan, then the WERA board, then....

the list just went on and on so I gave up the $13/quart oil.
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Yes. Preferrably on the synthetics. I'm ready for another order of the 2 stoke stuff too Ton.
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I'd be interested. I took a look at the product range, and was actually going to get around to PMing about the full race synthetic for the Ducs and the wet clutch friendly stuff for the KTM

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sure....


of course right now I am Rotella in my bike (because its cheap).
+1 on this one

AMSOIL- my bike is not tolerating that oil.
Gearbox worked awesome smooth shift, but that noise from clutch basket was killing me.
On rotella I still can hear it but 70% less.

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+1 on this one

AMSOIL- my bike is not tolerating that oil.
Gearbox worked awesome smooth shift, but that noise from clutch basket was killing me.
On rotella I still can hear it but 70% less.

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Hell, I went with open clutch covers so I can hear the bucket-o-quarters sound even more!

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I'd be interested. I took a look at the product range, and was actually going to get around to PMing about the full race synthetic for the Ducs and the wet clutch friendly stuff for the KTM
fyi, i've ran amsoil in several wet clutch bikes with zero issues. also no increased clutch noise, not sure why that happened to c2000, I've never even heard of that happening.

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Ok here is the deal. The full synth MCF motorcycle oil, 10w 40. (this is the stuff I use) Normally its 103.20 a case (12 bottles) For track guys, picking it up at the track (autobahn)

$90.00 per case.

this is for case sales only, individual bottles will be regualr price. 8.70 a bottle.

Please send me a pm by tuesday with how many case's you would like and any extra stuff that you specificly would like. this will be cash on delivery so please have cash ready at the track.




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Tony do you have anything that is a 5w-XXX or 0W-XXX
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