Pennzoil

Pennzoil

Pennzoil Motorcycle Oils

Address: Pennzoil Place, P.O. Box 4427, Houston, TX. 77210-4427

Website: www.pennzoil.com

Phone: Consumer Line 1-800-990-9811

About Pennzoil

On October 1, 2002, the acquisition of Pennzoil-Quaker State Company by Shell Oil Company, an affiliate of the Royal Dutch/Shell Group of Companies, was completed.
In 2003, Pennzoil-Quaker State Company began doing business as SOPUS Products.
Pennzoil brand products are now manufactured and distributed by SOPUS Products.
Combining Shell Lubricant’s networks and infrastructure and Pennzoil-Quaker State Company’s leading motor oil brands, portfolio of car care brands and Jiffy Lube franchises, the new company is a leader in the U.S. lubricants and car care business.

Pennzoil Products

Product name Description Industry approvals/grades
Pennzoil® Motorcycle Oil Pennzoil® Motorcycle Motor Oil is a premium quality lubricant specially designed to protect motorcycle engines. Meets or exceeds warranty requirements for all 4-stroke motorcycle engines, including BMW, Harley-Davidson, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha.

JASO MA
API Service SL, SJ, SH
Pennzoil® 2-Cycle Oil for Air Cooled Engines Pennzoil® 2-Cycle Engine Oil for air-cooled engines has been specifically designed for use in air-cooled engines such as those found in lawn mowers, motorcycles, weed cutters, snow blowers, chain saws, and small generators. It has been formulated with high quality base stocks and additive.

API Service Category TC

DISCLAIMER

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The information contained within this page has been taken directly from the oil manufacturers websites and/or advertising material. The opinions expressed within these pages are not the opinions of White Dog Motorcycle Accessories.

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2 thoughts on “Pennzoil”

  1. I am trying to compare boat oil to motorcycle 2 stroke oil ,I run castrol 927 oil but have a fouling plug at times . would boat oil work better because I never foul a plug in my boat.please respond. thanks

    1. Boats normally run at lower rev’s to bikes and the oils are not usually the same (mainly to avoid marine contamination). Basic marine oils aren’t normally ‘better’ then bike oils, just different.

      You might want to try reducing the fuel/oil ratio or using a slightly hotter plug in the bike (I would double check this with a garage or mechanic if your unsure though!).

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