V-Twin Synthetic Primary Fluid
AMSOIL V-Twin Synthetic Primary Fluid is purpose-built for bikers who prefer a dedicated primary chaincase lubricant. Its balanced formulation delivers consistent clutch feel for con dent starts, helping riders avoid killing the engine. It also protects components against wear to help riders get the most out of their bikes. V-Twin Synthetic Primary Fluid is Warranty SecureTM and will not void your motorcycle’s warranty. It is a cost-effective, high-performance alternative to original equipment manufacturer (OEM) fluids.
Delivers Consistent Clutch Feel & Smooth Acceleration
V-Twin Synthetic Primary Fluid is formulated with a balanced additive system that provides consistent clutch performance and feel. It helps riders easily nd neutral and promotes smooth acceleration, whether in stop-and-go city conditions or when on the highway. Its superior load-holding capacity helps prevent clutch slip for con dent starts.
Protects Against Chain, Gear & Bearing Wear
V-Twin Synthetic Primary Fluid contains a heavy dose of anti-wear additives to protect the gears, chain and compensator bearing from premature wear. Its superior lm strength helps protect against shock-loading, promoting reduced wear and longer component life.
Helps Reduce Operating Temperatures
In extreme heat, V-Twin Synthetic Primary Fluid’s thermally stable synthetic formulation naturally resists the harmful effects of thermal breakdown. It helps components stay cool and achieve optimum performance and life.
Maximizes Energy Efficiency
V-Twin Synthetic Primary Fluid’s balanced formulation reduces energy lost to drag in cold-temperature riding conditions. It promotes smooth shifts at startup and maximizes energy efficiency.
• Delivers consistent clutch feel for con dent starts
• Helps prevent clutch slip
• Provides smooth acceleration
• Helps riders easily nd neutral
• Protects compensator bearing, chain and gears against wear
Harley Davidson*, Triumph* and pre-2013 INDIAN* bikes.
V-Twin Synthetic Primary Fluid is recommended for up to 10,000 miles or one year, whichever comes first.