15 Mar New Dirt Bike Transmission Fluid Expands Market
New synthetic dirt bike transmission fluid is designed for writers who prefer a dedicated transmission fluid instead of a multipurpose motor oil.
Last year Amsoil introduced a synthetic dirt bike oil it is fine-tuned for confident clutch feel and outstanding wear protection, benefits riders demand.
While synthetic dirt bike oil delivers excellent performance, some riders, particularly owners of dirt bikes that use a separate sump for the transmission fluid, preferred dedicated transmission fluid instead of a multi-purpose motor oil. Amsoil synthetic dirt bike transmission fluid fulfills this need.
Confident Clutch Feel
Clutch slippage or inconsistent clutch feel can lead to slow starts out of the gate or ineffective riding on the trail. Whether racing professionally or hitting the trails with friends, riders desire confidence that their clutch will respond the way they want. Amsoil synthetic dirt bike transmission fluid features a wet clutch compatible formulation designed to prevent clutch slippage and deliver consistent, confident clutch feel. It helps enthusiast ride smoother and faster for maximum performance.
Protects Against Wear
Amsoil synthetic dirt bike transmission fluid guards against clutch and transmission wear, promoting long clutch plate and gear life. It helps reduce time and money spent on maintenance, helping enthusiasts spend more time riding.
If customers are currently satisfied by using Amsoil synthetic dirt bike oil and their dirt bike transmissions, there is no need to change anything, however, dealer’s should know that synthetic dirt bike transmission fluid is now the primary recommendation for all two stroke bikes since two-stroke use a separate sump. Many two-stroke riders look for lubricant labeled specifically for the transmission.
The four stroke market segment is slightly different. The popular Honda CRF is the only four stroke bike that uses a separate sump, but because the owner’s manual recommends using the same oil in the engine and transmission, Amsoil synthetic dirt bike oil remains the primary recommendation, synthetic dirt bike transmission fluid is the secondary recommendation
For all other four stroke bikes, Amsoil synthetic dirt bike oil is the primary and only recommendation for specific product recommendations, consult the Amsoil motorcycle product guide
Use Amsoil synthetic dirt bike transmission fluid in two and four stroke dirt bikes that use a separate sump, including those made by Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Husqvarna, and KTM.