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You may wanna try doing a search or ask in the Super 4 section instead dude...

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Tried the repsol engine oil.....pretty gd i must say, like that one the best out of the few that i haf tried......

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hmmz royal purple heard not bad.. any comments??

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i heard latest is motul not bad.. haven try...

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Originally posted by redname@Aug 7 2004, 10:57 PM

lastest? u mean wat? got new formula for the different brands ah?

ah... not too sure.. :sorry:

 

but i tink motul is the brand leh..

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Its NOT from point A to point B that a rider enjoy,

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As I know, now only MOTUL & FUCHS 4T is Ester base. Been try this 2, both work very well. But Motul expensive abit (10W-50)...so I use Fuchs Pro 4 Plus(15W-50), cheaper the Motul 2 dollar. :smile:

 

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I'm using the Repsol fully syn 4T from the last mass ordering, $12 per bot, very smooth.:thumb:

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Originally posted by S750WP@Sep 5 2004, 05:39 PM

I'm using the Repsol fully syn 4T from the last mass ordering, $12 per bot, very smooth.:thumb:

wow $12 so damn cheap, i changed mine at $18 including service :weep:

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Hmmz,,,,,,,,,Should try Royal Purple 15w-40.

very2 smooth with low running temperature and lasting tooo.

Tested all the way to Golden Triangle with no oil change and top up,,,engine oil still looks new.

Cost cheap:$13.50 per litre

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Originally posted by bogster75@Sep 6 2004, 11:16 AM

Hmmz,,,,,,,,,Should try Royal Purple 15w-40.

very2 smooth with low running temperature and lasting tooo.

Tested all the way to Golden Triangle with no oil change and top up,,,engine oil still looks new.

Cost cheap:$13.50 per litre

:bouncefire: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:

Tanjong pagar plaza blk 2 selling per $11 bottle

Use for my Ver S very smooth,every 6 months then change oil.

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Ya is fully syn.

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Originally posted by hachi@Sep 6 2004, 01:14 PM

Tanjong pagar plaza blk 2 selling per $11 bottle

Use for my Ver S very smooth,every 6 months then change oil.

Every 6 months??

How much milage is tat?

 

I change every 5000km or when i can feel the difference in the gears change.

Most I tried was till 6500-7000km when it was much difficult to change gears.

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Oh my last year mileage is about 5000km per year.

I bougth the bike last year june at around 74000+ km now a little over 80000km.

Cos almost half of the time I am not in Singapore.

But the oil can last 12000 miles quote from website just that have to change oil filter every 3-4000 miles.

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motobest engine oil

 

heard dat one of my colleague bought it, his fren heard the engine sound, he oso bought the engine oil...

 

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Originally posted by hachi@Sep 6 2004, 01:14 PM

Tanjong pagar plaza blk 2 selling per $11 bottle

Use for my Ver S very smooth,every 6 months then change oil.

Just went down to check, the 10-11 bucks/bottle Royal Purple are actually motorcar oil lay. Those use for motorcycle are Royal Purple Max-Cycle which are sold for 16.50 per bottle :sian:

 

Motorcar oil (normally can tahan up to 8k rpm max) can use for wet clutch high rpm (16k rpm) motorcycle engine meh :confused:

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I've tried it (the motor car 11 bucks one) for 3 oil changes (total around 7500km) on my TA200, no ill effects on my clutch.

 

I think it's good value for money if one is on a budget.

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Originally posted by bogster75@Sep 6 2004, 11:16 AM

Hmmz,,,,,,,,,Should try Royal Purple 15w-40.

very2 smooth with low running temperature and lasting tooo.

Tested all the way to Golden Triangle with no oil change and top up,,,engine oil still looks new.

Cost cheap:$13.50 per litre

SMS 97473652 to order:bounce: :bouncefire: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:

Happen to read this at caltex website.

 

Q: When I change my oil I notice that the color of the old oil is black. Does this mean that the oil has failed?

 

 

A: The fact that the oil is black is a good sign that the oil is doing one of its jobs, which is to clean away the deposits and contaminants that can form during the combustion process and get down into the crankcase. If the oil is still relatively light in color, then change to another brand of oil as it means that the oil has little detergency and is not doing its job of cleaning up the engine - all the contaminants are in the engine and not in the oil.

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