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Motorcycle Oil

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When it comes time to change your motorcycle oil, you want to know that you are choosing the best oil for your bike. At Dennis Kirk, we carry a great selection of petroleum based, semi-synthetic and full synthetic oils of all weights for both 2 strokes and 4 strokes. No matter what your bike runs, we will have what you need from some of the best brands in motorcycle lubricants.

Not all oil is created equally, so it’s important to change your oil with the best stuff to keep your motorcycle running and operating strong. Your engine oil has three main jobs. It needs to lubricate, to aid in cooling and to help “clean” the engine by collecting debris and preventing it from building up on internal components. All of the options that we carry will do each of these tasks, though some may be better than others depending on what type of motorcycle you are putting it in.

You can be confident that you are picking a quality product that is designed specifically for motorcycles when you shop at Dennis Kirk. You should never put a regular automotive oil in your bike, especially if it has a wet clutch. Automotive oils have different additive packages that can cause the clutch to slip and may also shear and deteriorate much easier than a motorcycle specific oil.

Keep the rest of your bike well lubricated as well with chain lube, fork oil, transmission oil, cable lube and more. By keeping up on your regular maintenance, you will have a well-oiled machine that is ready to ride at all times.

To help you choose which motorcycle oil is right for your bike, check out our Motorcycle Fluids Guide in the Learn section or feel free to ask a member of our awesome Tech Team.