Mobil 1 4 Stroke Motorcycle Engine Oil V-Twin Advanced Full Synthetic 20W-50 1 Quart
|SAE Oil Weight||20W-50|
|Flash Point||417Deg. F|
|Container Type||Quart Bottle|
|Oil Composition||Full Synthetic|
Mobil 1 V-Twin full synthetic motorcycle oil 20W-50 is an advanced full synthetic technology designed for four-stroke motorcycle engines and is recommended by ExxonMobil for use in Harley-Davidson motorcycles*. Mobil 1 V-Twin contains proven Mobil advanced full synthetic technology which delivers superb 3-way protection and durability for your air-cooled engine, transmission and primary chaincase (also suitable for wet clutch). This formulation provides outstanding stability and resistance to thermal breakdown under extreme high temperatures that can be generated by air-cooled V-Twin engines. Optimized frictional properties provide consistent power due to reduced frictional losses and overall optimized balance of engine performance. Mobil 1 V-Twin also provides thermal and oxidation stability for excellent flow characteristics under extreme hot and cold operating conditions helping to minimize harmful deposit formation. For more information, visit us at Mobil.US. (*All trademarked names and images are the property of their respective owners and may be registered marks in some countries. No affiliation or endorsement claim, express or implied, is made by their use. Always follow the OEM recommendation for viscosity and pick an oil approved for wet clutches.)
- Mobil 1 V-Twin 20W-50 is an advanced full synthetic motorcycle oil recommended by ExxonMobil for four-stroke motorcycle engines in high performance motorcycles
- Recommended by ExxonMobil for use in Harley-Davidson motorcycles*
- Delivers excellent 3-way protection for your air-cooled engine, transmission and primary chaincase
- Helps with consistent power due to reduced frictional losses from optimized frictional properties
- Provides thermal and oxidation stability for excellent flow characteristics under extreme operating conditions helping to minimize deposit formation
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