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HONDA 08C35-A141L01 Honda Pro GN4 Motor Oil, 10W40, 1 gal

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1 gallon, 10W40
Genuine OEM Honda oil
HONDA set the standard for motorcycle oil when it introduced GN4 way back in 1975

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HONDA 08C35-A141L01 Honda Pro GN4 Motor Oil, 10W40, 1 gal

Honda Pro GN4 Motor Oil

Size: 1 Gal

HONDA set the standard for motorcycle oil when it introduced GN4 way back in 1975. We selected the highest-quality base stocks and created an additive package specifically designed for the unique requirements of motorcycle and ATV engines. Constant testing and development give today’s GN4 even better shear resistance, viscosity stability and cleanliness to meet the requirements and stresses of a new era of engine technology.

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Item Weight

7.5 pounds

Product Dimensions

7 x 3 x 11 inches


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Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


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Date First Available

February 22, 2010

10 reviews for HONDA 08C35-A141L01 Honda Pro GN4 Motor Oil, 10W40, 1 gal

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    Steven Dunn

    It Honda motorcycle oil! It’s use preserves your warranty. If it’s good enough for Honda, then it’s good enough for me. The clutch on my bike likes it too. As a former Acura (Honda) technician, I can tell you that Honda optimizes just about everything to their specs so their vehicles run the best. Their engineers are world class and certainly know more than me about what will work best in their products. Use it and enjoy your ride!

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    Honestly, as long as you buy the same viscosity oil as what your owner manual recommends you will be fine! People overthink oil too much! Honda, Suzuki, Kawasaki, etc. to me it is all the same. They all have to meet the same standards! I use Honda in my Burgman 650 because of the great price and never had an issue! Unless you are going to be using it to lube Iron Man’s suite then I might get in touch with an engineer. Until then I’ll stick with a dependable reasonably priced oil!

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    Daniel F. Frisch

    using regular automotive oil my 1982cm450a honda developed very expensive sounding noises from the torque converter area .after going to honda GN-4 within 50 miles all was good again . Going cheap on my oil was a big mistake .Motorcycles with commonly lubed engine trans have very different lube requirements than new style automotive oils provide

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    I have gone through two of these and will continue to use Honda Pro oil in my 2006 Honda CRF250x. This product was the best price for quality Honda oil and arrived on time. I am not a racer, but enjoy riding local trails and have put alot of miles on my bike lately. I have read alot of posts about other oils when I was considering buying a cheaper product, but I don’t have to doubt if I am putting in a quality product in the end. Ride Red!Pros: Quality product from a reputable companyCons: Probably could find cheaper oil, but I know I can trust this oil in my bike

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    The item itself may not look glamorous; That being said, this oil is top notch. Drained out all the old black muck and poured in this bronze love juice. Changed the filter out with a $4 performance filter and my little moto-slut is purring. Along side this change, I also recommend doing a bottle of gas treatment over a the span of the following month, with each re-fuel. This will help clean out the pipes. Riders rise up!

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    KC Jones

    I’ve run Honda oil in my 1991 bike since day one, and it hasn’t exploded yet… I’m not petrochemical engineer, I just know that running manufacturer-spec dino-juice in my bikes has led to many long-lasting, high-mileage bikes.

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    ray collier

    I bought a used Honda gl1800 and needed to change the oil and filter. I asked a lot of people what oil they used in their Goldwings and it was interesting to find out that they all use different brands of oil. I was not able to determine the best oil to use, so until then I’ll use the GN4 Honda oil. It takes almost a gallon of oil per change, so I prefer the gallon container. The Honda shop in my town only sells quarts.

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    Holy dino oil, Batman. This stuff is slippery!This Honda motorcycle oil was recommended for all the different “metric” brands of bikes the dealer sold and serviced. Glad I could find it online.

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    Joe DePucci

    This is what honda engineers recommend, so this is what I use. I have a vtx1800 with less than 12000 miles on it and my first 2 oil changes and all future oil changes will be with this oil.Although oil is a personal preference and most seem to work fine, I am a guy who likes my bike stock and what the manufacturer recommends.Nuff said.However, I do use Valvoline gear oil for my final drive oil.

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    I purchased this Honda – GN4 10w40 Engine Oil for my 2003 Honda – XR-50R Pit Bike & also my 2005 Honda – CRF-70F Pit Bike. I have used this engine oil from day one ever since I purchased my XR-50R & CRF-70F Pit Bikes & it is by far the best possible engine oil you can purchase at this price point. I also use a product called Motorkote – Heavy Duty Hyper Lubricant that I add 1 once of to my engine oil every oil change. It makes the engine oil last far much longer & provides extreme wear resistance. The combination of the two work excellent together & I highly recommend using them together for the best possible results. Honda GN4 10w40 Engine Oil is an excellent quality engine oil that is well worth the money. I highly recommend this product & Amazon seller to anyone.

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