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Valvoline Synthetic 10W40 Motorcycle Motor Oil, Quart
Valvoline Synthetic 10W40 Motorcycle Motor Oil, Quart

Valvoline Synthetic 10W40 Motorcycle Motor Oil, Quart

Legends, Micro Sprint, Mini Sprint, Synthetic Oil Type, 10W40 Oil Weight

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Valvoline Synthetic 10W40 Motorcycle Motor Oil, Quart
Valvoline Synthetic 10W40 Motorcycle Motor Oil, Quart
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Oil Type:
Synthetic
Oil Weight:
10W40
Liquid Measurement:
1 quarts
MFG. Part #:
507679
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For performance trusted by motorcycle owners and race teams around the world, use Valvoline motorcycle oil. It's formulated for the specific needs of motorcycles, including high temperatures, high RPMs, and wet clutch systems.

  • Synthetic formulation maximizes power and acceleration
  • Outstanding wet clutch protection for maximum power transfer and smooth shifting
  • Added protection against harmful deposits that can decrease engine performance
  • Excellent wear corrosion protection to help keep your engine performaing at its best

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