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Sportster Motorcycle Transmission, Clutch, Primary & Secondary Drive Transmission, Clutch and primary or secondary drive problems, advice, and/or how tos.

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Old 26th May 2008
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Default 1995 1200, trans fluid

Any suggestions on the type of transmission fluid, and amount on a 1995 Sporty 1200? It's my buddies bike, recently acquired. We'd do the "put in as much as you take out approach", except that we've never drained it before. Wanted to make sure we put in the right amount and type of oil for his year and make.

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I use H-D sport trans fluid. From the stealer of course.
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Is there an alternative to the HD brand? They are way far away.
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Ended up using vtwin from wally world. Shifts quieter.. Little bit.
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I had heard Sport Trans was nothing more then non detergent 30 wt oil??!!!....
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Dunno. but it's long long gone.. (although I have a buddy who has 2 cases of it and doesn't own a sporty).

However, I switched to AMSoil when I put my Alto Clutch in.
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i use lucas 2050 and I love it bike runs quiet no primary clatter and neutral is really easy to find.
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