Terry Campbell of Lincoln, California works in the industrial laundry business. He spends his free time riding his motorcycle in the Sierra Mountains.
Campbell, who has been a Honda rider since he was about 15, bought a 2003 Harley-Davidson Dyna Superglide in the past year. "The biggest thing I noticed was the big twin engines run hot," Campbell said.
RUNNING COOLER- Terry Cambell and his grand daughter, MaKenna Cotten at his home in Lincoln, California. AMSOIL motorcycle oil, gear lube, and EaOM filters have given Cambell a smoother, cooler ride on his harley Dyna Superglide.
He initially ran Harley SynTec 3 in his crankcase, RedLine Heavy Shock in his transmission and RedLine 75W-140 in his primary chain. "Well, the RedLine didn't work any better than the Syn3," Cambell said. "In fact, my transmission shifted worse. The Harley Syntec ran too hot, and the RedLine was sticky."
"So, I've been running AMSOIL in all three cavities," Campbell said. "It has made quite a difference. My engine is running at least 30 degrees cooler, my transmission shifts much smoother and my primary chain is quieter."
He said his engine had been running between 280 and 300 degrees Fahrenheit. And when the engine was cold, the transmission would grind when he shifted from neutral to first gear.
"Not anymore," Campbell said. "Not bad improvements from just changing oils. I first used AMSOIL in the late '70s. I should have never stopped."
He's getting increased power out of the performance cams, he said. "This is really smooth. I've been a believer in synthetics since the '70s. I've seen the proof. I'm happy with the AMSOIL. The products seem like real quality products and if they'll keep my motor in my Harley running longer, I'll keep using them."
Campbell also installed AMSOIL Synthetic 5W-30 in his new Dodge pickup truck with a Hemi engine. According to Cambell, "You can't go wrong with AMSOIL."
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