Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 17
Rated 5 out of 5 by steve4 Great stuff
using this oil in my bike so far great stuff. No issues. 2016 SGS
November 7, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by McLean dont waste your money
this is the worst synthetic oil you can buy on the market. Im an ASE master mechanic and a Harley certified tech and the wear ive seen on the cylinder walls, pistons, and pour point falls short of every other synthetic oil out there. save your money and go buy some mobil 1 and you and your bike will be 100 times happier. Every siezed motor (5) ive seen has either been running syn 3 or amsoil. dont buy into the gimmicks or the "independent" lab studies that were financed by the oil manufacturer conducting the study. theyre all biased. the things that will make your bike last forever (i currently have a 120,000 bike run this way), Mobil 1 V-Twin 20W50 in the engine, Royal Purple 75W140 in the tranny, and Mobil 1 10W40 in the primary. Ive done a lot of self studies on these and the filters are super high quality (they use them in NASCAR, use the HD model filters), and every motor i tear apart running M1 looks brand new and have never seen a single sign of sludge or buildup and all the plastics (IE cam tensionors and breathers) all look brand new.
November 7, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by DrPepper good to the last drop
I haven't had any issues with SYN3 oil. I use it year round.
September 27, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Boomer1143 There are lots of oil choices out there.
I ran the SYN3 oil for my first 2 oil changes. I then switched at the recommendation of a friend to Redline oil. They make a specific oil for the engine, transmission and primary. I must say the clutch actuation and gear shifting are greatly improved with the Redline product. It costs a bit more but in my opinion is worth it.
August 15, 2016