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Synthetic Oil Experts in Long Island, New York


Don't be fooled by those who tell you that every oil is the same! AMSOIL4LINY is your real oil expert. We have the specialized AMSOIL synthetic oil product for all your vehicles. 


Why is Engine Oil Important to Our Engine?

Oil is the lifeblood of our motor. Without oil, our engine would immediately collapse as there are many moving parts constantly creating friction

What Oil Does

The oil handles keeping these parts lubricated and preventing wear. It helps to control the temperature in out engine so that the moving parts do not become deformed at high temperatures. It is therefore very important to change the oil periodically as it eventually loses its lubricating properties. Changing your engine oil as recommended by your owner's manual will keep the engine is in good condition.

Oil Types

There are different types of oil in the category of multigrade are Synthetic, semi-synthetic (synthetic technology), and Minerals. Each vehicle has different specifications. The oil change intervals vary in different vehicles and usage. It is important to have always the right information from your vehicle's owner manual as to when to change the oil. Oil changes are usually scheduled by mileage or time, whichever comes first.

Check Your Oil Regularly

Check the oil level daily. It takes a couple of minutes and is worth doing. If the color is a bit dark, it does not necessarily mean an oil change is needed. Your engine oil may simply be working by removing impurities inside the engine. This is yet another of your oil's functions. One tip, if you pass the recommended oil change interval, do a thorough flush of the motor. If you don't pass any impurities before putting in the new oil, you may damage your engine.
But while every engine needs oil, not every oil works in every engine. That's why AMSOIL4LINY in Long Island, NY carries specialized products for all your different vehicles. Using the wrong oil in the wrong engine can cause damage to sensitive parts and can lead to accidents. So while it might be tempting to top off your bike with the car oil you already have, it could lead to some really big problems. 
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Don't Use Car Oil in Your Motorcycle

Put simply, oils are formulated for specific applications. Motorcycle engines and automotive engines function differently, and the lubricants that service them have different requirements. 

Operational Speed

Motorcycles tend to operate at engine speeds significantly higher than automobiles. This places additional stress on engine components, increasing the need for wear protection. It also subjects lubricating oils to higher loading and shear forces. Elevated operating RPMs also promote foaming, which can reduce oil’s load-carrying ability and accelerate oxidation.

Compression Ratios

Motorcycles tend to operate with higher engine compression ratios than automobiles, which places additional stress on engine components and increases engine operating temperatures. Higher demands are placed on the oil to reduce wear. Elevated operating temperatures also promote thermal degradation of the oil, reducing its life expectancy and increasing the formation of engine deposits

Horsepower/Displacement Density

Motorcycle engines typically produce more horsepower per cubic inch than automobile engines. This exposes the oil to higher temperatures and stress.

Variable Engine Cooling

In general, automotive applications use a sophisticated water-cooling system to control engine operating temperature. Similar systems can be found in motorcycle applications, but many motorcycles are air-cooled or use a combination air/oil design. Operating temperatures in air-cooled bikes can skyrocket in stop-and-go traffic, particularly on hot summer days. Elevated operating temperature promotes oxidation and causes oils to thin, reducing their load-carrying ability.

Multiple Lubrication Functionality

Many motorcycles have a common pump supplying oil to both the engine and transmission. In such cases, the oil is required to meet the needs of both the engine and the transmission gears. Many motorcycles also incorporate a frictional clutch within the transmission that uses the same oil.

Inactivity

Whereas automobiles are used on a daily basis, motorcycle use is usually periodic and in many cases seasonal. These extended periods of inactivity place additional stress on motorcycle oils. In these circumstances, rust and acid corrosion protection are of critical concern. Given the requirements of motorcycle oil, it makes sense to use an oil specifically formulated for the unique demands of motorcycles. No matter the conditions or the bike,AMSOIL synthetic motorcycle oil delivers the premium protection and performance your bike deserves. It withstands extreme heat, resists wear and delivers smooth, confident shifts.

AMSOIL Motorcycle Oil in Long Island, NY


AMSOIL4LINY serves customers across North America, and we are always happy to help any way we can
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