heard of lots of people running this combo, but i have heard of even more people having trouble with it, the #1 cause of clutch slippage in these bikes is from not running Victory Oil, every big name in victory has there shelf stocked with Vic Oil, conquest, lloyd, kevin, PMRT its just my .02 but i'd stick with the Vic!Amsoil 10/40 synthetic with Purolator Pure One filter. Have run this combo for many years on many bikes with "0" problems.
It was my understanding that oil with energy conserving additives stick to the clutch plates With a wet clutch system, these additives that stick cause the a glaze on the clutch plates and then tend to slip.the #1 cause of clutch slippage in these bikes is from not running Victory Oil,
All wet clutch systems will have the same problem if using energy conserving additives.Is the clutch slippage the only problem you've heard of? Are other brand bikes having the same problem with the glaze in the clutch or is this Vic bikes only? Amsoil Syn is NOT energy conserving.