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#82050 - 02/05/04 04:10 AM Re: Why is it called synthetic?
Amsoil1 Offline
Oil Specialist

Registered: 01/03/04
Posts: 39
Loc: Texas
Yes Amsoil will protect your investment better than Motul, (French owned company). Amsoil Series 2000 2-Cycle Racing Oil is $8.75 per quart unless you are sponsored by Motul I doubt seriously you can purchase Motul for that price, and Amsoil is even less expensive (wholesale cost) as a " Amsoil Preferred Customer" status. And technical support from Amsoil anytime you might need assiatnace with lubrication concerns.

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#82051 - 02/05/04 04:40 AM Re: Why is it called synthetic? [Re: Amsoil1]
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I actually have a 4-stroke motorcycle and Motul Semi-Synthetic 15w50 can be had for about $4 for me.

Hey, I meant to ask you, why isn't Amsoil available in Parts Unlimited catalogs? I looked but did not find any...

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#82052 - 02/08/04 03:31 AM Re: Why is it called synthetic?
Amsoil1 Offline
Oil Specialist

Registered: 01/03/04
Posts: 39
Loc: Texas
Amsoil is only sold through Authorized Dealer or Retail Merchants set up by Dealer. I would be glad to service all T.O. N members product request and set any of them with retail business up with Amsoil products.

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