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Old 10-28-2012, 03:35 PM   #22
Motoriley
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Oil Change

Use any oil that meets the spec in your owners manual. I've used "car" oil in all my bikes for years. Wet clutch and dry and I've never had a problem except I've saved a crap load of money. But many will tell you that if there isn't a picture of a motorcycle on it and it doesn't cost twice as much you will die in a fiery engine explosion...


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Originally Posted by Loutre View Post
So why can't I use 10w-40 CAR oil?

and when will a decent person put up some pics (just kidding :o)
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