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    Just sign up to be a preferred customer. Then you can order online and receive via delivery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerseyshore85 View Post
    Where can I get amsoil at the jersey shore?
    You can use my link in my sig to become a preferred customer and have it shipped to your door or there should be a link at the top of the forum from Jerry who owns this sitw.

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    Mobil l.

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    I like the Yamalube oil change kit with factory filter

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    Don't forget-some synthetic oils can be too slippy and contain friction modifiers which will not help your supercharger clutch-that's why-I believe Yamalube is semi synthetic.
    Don't know the ins and outs, and im sure somebody with far greater knowledge on the subject will chime in-Ive just stuck with Yamalube cause I can't be arsed with looking too deeply into it!

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    AMSOIL motorcycle and watercraft oil does not have friction modifiers in it and is safe for the watercraft.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mongoose View Post
    Don't forget-some synthetic oils can be too slippy and contain friction modifiers which will not help your supercharger clutch-that's why-I believe Yamalube is semi synthetic.
    Don't know the ins and outs, and im sure somebody with far greater knowledge on the subject will chime in-Ive just stuck with Yamalube cause I can't be arsed with looking too deeply into it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos Thomas View Post
    Speaking of oil, Kevin I need to order some filters and oil.

    Question on the Yamaha Oil Change. The manual says that there is 4.3L in the motor, however you only get out 3.1L with a filter change. This is different than what i am used to. So am I to expect to only get 3.1L out of my motor and replace it with 3.1L?

    Torn from the manual
    Hey Carlos, whats up bro? That's the main reason the "Last Drop" Oil Extraction Systems were designed around, getting that extra 1+ quarts of dirty oil out of your engine, giving you a more complete oil change, extended engine and clutch life and to save you $$'s in the long run. Check it out on Riva's web site or on the GreenHulk store. Your engine will love you for it!!


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