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Changed over to SuperTech today, I had been using "Quick Silver" which I liked but Wally isn't selling it anymore (at least not here) Now, let me be clear, I wouldn't know a good oil from a bad one (I think they are all pretty good) in my vehicles I used Penzoil for years when it was taboo by a lot of people, I used Fram filters for hundreds of thousands of miles (still do) on many vehicles, My yardstick for the GW is in how it shifts, I have found the 20/50 gives me the best shifts and a dedicated MC oil works the best, I have an obligation in the A.M. so I will see how it goes, here in SoCal the temps will be in the triple digits, but I hope my mission is complete by early afternoon.



 

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NOOOOOOOOO!!!!!! NOT V-TWIN OIL!!!!! It's gonna leak!!!!! Or get REALLY LOUD!!!
 
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I order my Quicksilver 20/50 bike oil through Walmart.com. I then pick it up at my local Walmart. About $24 gallon.
 

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I order my Quicksilver 20/50 bike oil through Walmart.com. I then pick it up at my local Walmart. About $24 gallon.
Thanks Red, I may try that. when I asked about it at my local Walmart the guy just said it was not being stocked anymore, I never thought to see if I could order it. I kind of thought that this SuperTech oil just might be a rebadged Quicksilver. Thanks again!
 

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I have been using SuperTech in all my vehicles except motocycles for years. I use T6 in 2-wheelers.
I may have to try their MC oil.
 
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