Chainsaw Artist Relies on AMSOIL to Create Works of Art

Chainsaw artist Jason Soderlund

Thanks to AMSOIL synthetic two-stroke oil, it’s been years since chainsaw artist Jason Soderlund has changed a spark plug or cleaned an exhaust port.



How to Test Engine Compression

Test engine compression

Testing engine compression provides a snapshot of the health of your engine. In this video, we show you how to do it and how to interpret the results.



What Happens if I Use the Wrong Weight (Viscosity) of Oil?

It’s best to use the viscosity recommended in your owner’s manual, but a slightly thicker oil or thinner oil likely won’t do lasting harm.



Why are There Different Chainsaw Oil Mix Ratios?

Chainsaw cutting brush

Most manufacturers recommend a 50:1 chainsaw oil mix ratio, but some call for 40:1 and even 32:1 in older saws. AMSOIL SABER Professional cuts through the confusion.



Riding to Sturgis? Try These Tips.

Motorcycles riding to Sturgis

For those taking their inaugural ride to Sturgis this year, we’ve got some motorcycle riding tips to help make your first rally a success.



4 Sturgis Motorcycle Rides Every Biker Should Experience

Heading to Sturgis? The Black Hills and Badlands are just two memorable Sturgis motorcycle rides to take while at the rally.



Do Transmission Fluid Additives Work?

Do transmission additives work?

Transmission additives supposedly fix erratic shifting, leaks and other problems. However, testing has shown they can make transmission performance worse.



Help Prevent Horsepower Loss Due to Wear & Deposits

Sports car

Engine deposits and wear lead to horsepower loss and reduced efficiency. Here’s a simple solution to help keep your engine running strong.



8 Car Maintenance To-Dos at 200,000 Miles

Working on car

Perform these maintenance tasks at 200,000 miles to help your car keep running strong for another 100,000 miles or more.



Your Free Car Maintenance Tracker

MyAMSOILGarage

MyAMSOILGarage™ is a free car maintenance tracker that lets you store info for all your vehicles and equipment.