Yes that is the product, but that one is for putting a few drops on a certain piece of metal. The one I got was in a small jug holding 32 ounces. According to the instructions you put 2 oz per litre of oil into the crankcase. I put 7 oz in the crankcase. It states that this is good for a few oil changes. My results were that the first ride I took after about I think 100 miles I noticed the clutch and transmission were much easier to shift. A light touch of my foot would quickly change the gear up or down. Previous to this the shifts were slower and not real easy, sometimes a shift was missed. To my surprise I found that a slight touch of the foot shifter the transmission would shift down smoothly without touching the clutch. Was out again yesterday, probably my last ride before the snow, and the shifts were fast, easy, and shifts were like silk. I drove about 200 miles and seemed to notice the engine noise was less. I can't prove this but when I returned home and put the bike in the garage, I let it idle for a bit and standing beside the bike, it sounded quieter and smoother with not the average engine rattle. It never affected the clutch as far as slippage. I tried a sample of new oil in a small glass container and added a few drops of motorkot, tried to stir it up. It did not mix with the oil but spread out in tiny droplets. Apperantly it uses the oil as a host to get to the metal parts and then adheres to the metal and permeates it. Thus making metal parts more slippery. I have to admit I am sold on it. Everything engine and clutch wise seem to be much more refined. I got mine at Canadian Tire to try it because of the reviews on a forum. The only negative reviews where from some who had not tried it but called it snake oil much the same as you see on oil threads. I will continue to use it. My cost was 39 dollars but will last a couple of years.