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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-07-2019, 07:10 PM Thread Starter
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VP S4 1000 10w-50

Anyone used this oil?

The dealer near me has been out stock of motul 7100 for 3 weeks now and I daily drive my TV so I didn't want 300v.

Going to give it a shot.

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Side note has anyone had this kind of debris that is magnetic in their oil? It looks like clutch to me but I could be wrong. It's like strands of metal I never noticed this on my cbr500r.

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Thats completely normal debris.
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VP is a company devoted to performance engine chemicals. You should read the story about how it came to be. Initially just racing fuel for drag racing cars, it has expanded quite a bit.

Their reputation is excellent, and they only make race performance products. I would not hesitate to use that oil.

https://www.vpracingfuels.com/vp-story/

And your drain plug magnet looks normal. Seen that kind of "fuzz" on many Japanese brand bikes, too.

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Thats completely normal debris.
10-4 I just never have seen strands like that before.

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VP is a company devoted to performance engine chemicals. You should read the story about how it came to be. Initially just racing fuel for drag racing cars, it has expanded quite a bit.

Their reputation is excellent, and they only make race performance products. I would not hesitate to use that oil.

https://www.vpracingfuels.com/vp-story/

And your drain plug magnet looks normal. Seen that kind of "fuzz" on many Japanese brand bikes, too.
I guess the oil side of things hasn't made their history section. The girl at cycle gear told me they just released it. They are taking Amsoil off the shelf in replacement of this! I've always used amsoil or royal purple in my CBR. I'll have to give an update when it's time to change it out.

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