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http://www.jalos.or.jp/onfile/pdf/4T_EV_LIST.pdf

Hot off the presses. This is a list of oils that have been submitted to and accepted by JASO from the refiner or blender who has performed the applicable testing standards to prove the oil's attributes meet JASO standards for frictional characteristics in wet clutches as well as other properties as they relate to the oil's performance (viscosity, shear stability, foaming, etc.)
 

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http://www.jalos.or.jp/onfile/pdf/4T_EV_LIST.pdf

Hot off the presses. This is a list of oils that have been submitted to and accepted by JASO from the refiner or blender who has performed the applicable testing standards to prove the oil's attributes meet JASO standards for frictional characteristics in wet clutches as well as other properties as they relate to the oil's performance (viscosity, shear stability, foaming, etc.)
Very helpful, thanks!
 

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The listed link should always load the most recent JASO list. Showing 1 July 2016 on the PDF as of today.
 

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Did I miss Shell on the list or just overlook it?
Remember that because an oil in NOT on that list doesn't mean it's not suitable. It just means the manufacturer has not submitted and paid JASO for their test and labeling rights.

SH is the standard you want for motorcycles. Rotella and most other quality Diesel oils are SH oils.
 
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