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I went looking at the AGIP website and noticed that this oil was missing. A quick email to them and the reply was that it fell off the rebuilt website but is available for 12 -1L bottles for $96 +UPS

You can call 1.800.922.9243 to order. We should have this back on the

website soon.

No excuse not to get the right stuff.

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So what your trying to tell me is the fryer grease i get for free from my biodiesel making buddy is not OK to run in my Husky? Well that sux. :applause: i was just loving how hungry everyone behind me was getting.

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Italian bikes really should use high quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil with just a dash of Balsamic vinegar. Mmmmm. Prego!

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What? Huh? You have to put oil in these things? That metal grinding, knocking and smoke isn't normal for these bikes?

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I was told by my dealer that HVA also recommends Golden Spectro 20-50 or 10-40 which is what they use in their race bikes.

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I went looking at the AGIP website and noticed that this oil was missing. A quick email to them and the reply was that it fell off the rebuilt website but is available for 12 -1L bottles for $96 +UPS

You can call 1.800.922.9243 to order. We should have this back on the

website soon.

No excuse not to get the right stuff.

That sux. I just paid more for it from another website because it wasn't listed.

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I went looking at the AGIP website and noticed that this oil was missing. A quick email to them and the reply was that it fell off the rebuilt website but is available for 12 -1L bottles for $96 +UPS

You can call 1.800.922.9243 to order. We should have this back on the

website soon.

No excuse not to get the right stuff.

I am going to call!

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i run motorex 10/60w 100% synthetic with no problems in my husky...most shops around here always carry it instock too so i dont gotta deal with having it shipped

ide buy the agip stuff but i never see it online or at any shops

+1 for motorex 10/60

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i run motorex 10/60w 100% synthetic with no problems in my husky...most shops around here always carry it instock too so i dont gotta deal with having it shipped

ide buy the agip stuff but i never see it online or at any shops

What are you paying for the Motorex? :applause:

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What are you paying for the Motorex? :applause:

In Central OR I pay $12.25 a liter for the Motorex, ouch (plus I can't get any in my town, I have to pick it up in a bigger town a couple hours away). If shipping is anything under $50, I would come out ahead ordering the Agip...

Chris

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+3 for Motorex. Agip has a completely useless website! They offer absolutely no info on their product which leaves me very concerned as to its quality. I work for a motorcycle parts and accessories distributor and not one vendor wants to carry that (what I must assume) crap. From what I have seen on TT none of the Husky dealers stock it either which should also be a sign. just my .02

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Well ok Motorex 10-60 synthetic - $44.55 / 4 liters - no tax in CA at least, no shipping if you buy $149 or more worth of stuff.

http://shop.thumpertalk.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=PU_36010009

If you are ordering some stuff from the TT store it might be a nice item to buy to bump the total order to get the free shipping.

HI-Flo HF-154 oil filters are $4.44 too.

http://shop.thumpertalk.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=TR_140154

All of my orders have arrived quickly.

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Okay, here's the thing. Oil types for specific engines has more to do with the climate that the engine will be operating in than the engine itself.

The two numbers are a cold/hot viscosity number.

So, in the case of 10-60, it's 10wt when cold and 60 wt when hot. If you are in colder climate, 10-60 might be optimal. We Californians (and residents of other warm states like Texas, New Mexico and Arizona) can easily use the 20W-50 from Spectro. In fact, it might be better suited for the climate than the 10W-60.

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