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03-01-2009, 11:41 PM #1
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Official Oil of both the 2008 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and 2009 Bike Week in Daytona.
Ever Wonder if Amsoil Synthetic Lubricants are Good Enough For Your Motorcycle???
Amsoil INC. of Superior, Wis. has signed agreements to be the Official Oil of both the 2008 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and 2009 Bike Week in Daytona Beach. Amsoil has been a leader in synthetic lubrication since 1972 with motorcycle oils and premium filter products that are distinguished by their excellence.
Amsoil synthetic motorcycle oils are the world’s most advanced oils for Harley and V-Twin engines as well as the whole range of metric bikes on the market. The state-of-the-art oil, formulated with high performance additive technology, provides exceptional multi-functional benefits for the special requirements of motorcycle applications including unsurpassed protection, improved mileage and reduced operating temperature. Amsoil Synthetic Motorcycle Oil helps bikes achieve optimal performance for hot-running engines, transmissions and primary chaincases.
The two events attract more than a million bikers, bike builders and vendors from around the globe to their respective vicinities, the Black Hills of South Dakota and Daytona Beach, Florida.
This information is thanks to Amsoil via their sire www.Amsoil.com
Scott2008 GMC Sierra 2500HD Ex. Cab, Fire Red, 6.6L Duramax LMM Equipped with UTG Rocker Pods
AMSOIL is the only oil company that...,"Recommends 25,000 mile oil changes","Gives up to four times better wear protection","Warranties your engine against oil related failure"
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