Lucas Synthetic SAE 80w-85 Trans Oil
Lucas Synthetic SAE 80w-85 Trans Oil
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Lucas SAE 80W/85W Transmission Oil is formulated with an exclusive additive system that surpasses or equals OEM grade oils and

is used by pro AMA teams and riders. Lucas Synthetic SAE 80W/85W Motorcycle Transmission Oil is a blend of high quality synthetic base oils

and an exclusive high performance additive package that meets or exceeds Honda specifications. Excellent film strength prevents friction and

heat extending the life of the oil and vital engine parts, while providing excellent cold temperature properties.


Lucas SAE 80w-85 Transmission Oil is Light viscosity oil formulated for 2 and 4 stroke transmissions and wet clutches. Our unique additive

chemistry provides extreme pressure properties to give shock load protection even under the most severe riding conditions. Effectively reduces

friction and drag to provide a competitive edge. Distinctive red color differentiates the fluid from engine oil.

Baja tested and endorsed by Cameron Steele.

Key Benefits

  • Light viscosity oil formulated for 2-stroke and 4-strike transmissions and wet clutch systems that require and independent lubricant
  • Synthetic formula contains Lucas unique additive system
  • Provides the ultimate performance, improved shifting, clutch engagement and extended clutch life
  • Reduces friction and drag
  • Meets Honda Specifications      

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