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post #11 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-19-2008, 09:44 AM
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You shouldn´t buy such an amount of oil, if you can´t make sure to use all of it in a certain time. Because it degrades over the years.

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post #12 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-19-2008, 10:46 AM Thread Starter
 
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I'd feel better if ADG was a contributing member of knowledge of motorcycles and motorcycle issues (but not completely bent on the AmsOil side of things - to give unbiased replies)
How do you know that we are not knowledgeable about motorcycles? If you will go to www.ezlubes.com and read about the dealers making up this group you would see that we have a varied background and I personally am a certified licensed mechanic and have been riding motorcycles for over 40 years. Also on the statement about biased, sure we may come across that way sometimes, but the test data and spec sheets are not biased and any time you want to check us out pull up the data sheets on the products you may be using and compare to Amsoil for yourself. The test data links below were done independently and if they were wrong Amsoil would be sued.

I hope I haven't come across to strong on this post, but some times it's best to cut to the chase.
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So, what can you tell me about these filters then?

EAoM 138c. It's my understanding it fits some Ducati Monsters and is going to become a regularly produced/stocked item.

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I never said you weren't knowledgible... I was hoping you are knowledgable so you could contribute with regular oil-type question/answers and to contribute to this forum.

How much is the fish?
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So, what can you tell me about these filters then?

EAoM 138c. It's my understanding it fits some Ducati Monsters and is going to become a regularly produced/stocked item.
Can you explain their smaller physical size?
Will AmsOil provide the tool for removing these filters too?

How much is the fish?
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So, what can you tell me about these filters then?

EAoM 138c. It's my understanding it fits some Ducati Monsters and is going to become a regularly produced/stocked item.

Thanks, JM
The EAOM-138c oil filters are not a stock item yet. Amsoil is still evaluating that. They have decided to manufacture another batch and see if they sell as quick as the last batch and they are suppose to be available the middle of next month.
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post #17 of 22 (permalink) Old 03-08-2008, 12:36 PM Thread Starter
 
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Can you explain their smaller physical size?
Will AmsOil provide the tool for removing these filters too?
What are we talking about in size? One or two ounces of fluid capacity? What makes a filter effective for a certain application has to do with the internal PSID valve setting and the type of media used and also the oil system being used. It has to be able to handle the volume and pressure for it's application. I don't know why the can size is different from one manufacture to another other than what I stated above. I do know that the Amsoil nano fiber synthetic type medium can hold more contaminants and catch smaller sized particles than any other filters that I am aware of for motorcycles. Here is a link to see what I am talking about. http://www.oilhelp.com/products_filters.php?id=Oil
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Have you ever sponsored privateer racers?
Yes some of our dealers have done this if they can see where they can get some advertising value from it. I usually encourage them to let me set them up on a dealership so they can sponsor themselves and actually make some money along the way and use the tax advantages against other earned income. If you want someone to contact you on this e-mail us at [email protected]
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You shouldnīt buy such an amount of oil, if you canīt make sure to use all of it in a certain time. Because it degrades over the years.

Trust me Twitchy, I'll use it all in a timely fashion
Between my master plan to own a stable of on-road and off-road powersports vehicles and my awareness of how integral good quality oil is to your combustion engine, I think I'll need at least 1 drum per year

Thanks for the info Amsoil dude

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Trust me Twitchy, I'll use it all in a timely fashion
Between my master plan to own a stable of on-road and off-road powersports vehicles and my awareness of how integral good quality oil is to your combustion engine, I think I'll need at least 1 drum per year

Thanks for the info Amsoil dude
Are you a student at MMI or an instructor? Contact us at [email protected] when ready for some oil. We have several of our dealers from our group that live in the Orlando area.
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