New Twin Power Lubricants For American V-Twins

The new line of products includes: (P/Ns 539010 through 539011), 10W40 ( P/Ns 539004 through 539005), and 20W50 (P/N 539006 through 539009); synthetic engine oil (P/Ns 539012 through 539015); Sportster transmission fluid (P/N 539016); primary chain lube (P/Ns 539017 through 539019); semi-synthetic transmission oil (P/Ns 539022 through 539023); transmission gear lube (P/Ns 539024 through 539025); and fork oil (P/Ns 539020 through 539021).
premium engine oil 25W60

“We had the lubricants evaluated using four industry standard tests and the final results showed that our oils tested superior to other competitive oils on the market,” said James Simonelli, Brand Manager for Twin Power. The four tests were The Falex Pin & V Block Test, Four Ball Wear Test, NOACK Volatility Test, and Viscosity Index Test.

The new lubricants come in heavy gauge, wide mouth bottles that feature foil sealed caps and color-coded labels and caps for easy product identification. Each lubricant has been manufactured from superior base stock that provides more consistent viscosity, extreme wear resistance and increased stability at high temperatures. The engine oils exceed JASO MA2 specification providing increased shear stability, film strength and clutch performance which allows them to be used in wet clutch and transmission applications if desired.

The new lubricants, available exclusively from Twin Power, retail from $6.35 to $178.80 in individual and full case quantities, and can be ordered through your local Tucker Rocky | Biker’s Choice dealer.

4 Responses to “New Twin Power Lubricants For American V-Twins”

  1. 1 SYF Aug 12th, 2017 at 7:13 pm

    Sure miss the old Twin Power 20/50 oil made by Silkolene

  2. 2 Calif Phil Aug 14th, 2017 at 7:26 am

    SYF Your right. The old SilkoleneTwin Power Primary fluid that was dyed red was my favorite primary fluid.

  3. 3 bernard j czech Aug 14th, 2017 at 12:00 pm

    todays lubricants are better than ever, BUT since 1999 the term synthetic can be legally used for Group III refined CRUDE oil as well as group IV PAO + the top of line Group V Ester oils. unless stated you can bet that the good but cheaper refined group III oils are used, the synthesised + more costly but better REAL synthetics are rare with Redline being one of the best IMO!

  4. 4 remanufactured transmission Aug 23rd, 2017 at 11:26 am

    WOW just what I was searching for. Came here byy searching for motorcycles

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