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Which brand of engine oil, do you use in you're motorbike.
If you're choice was other please specifier which one......
 

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Shell and Castrol have there own range
 

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For 2 stroke I use Motul 800 2 stroke oil and Putoline for transmission oil.
For 4 stroke I use Yamalube, Rockoil and Putoline.
 

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Mobil 1 or motul 300v Sent from my iPhone using Forum Runner
 

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I use Silkolene Comp 4
 

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I like castrol, never ever had a problem with castrol so i shall continue to use it. "If it aint broke don't fix it" as my grandfather used to say!
 

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Yamalube is not bad but after the projected miles it looses very quickly its properties going something like a creamous texture. It was told to me by two PT R125 bikers, one is known in other R125 forum, called Mikas. I would totally recommend Motul 5100 as price/quality oil. I used castrol GPS 4T and it wasn't bad but not as good as motul.
Now I use 300V and 300V is overpowered to our bikes but gear changing now is smooth as butter.
 

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Yamalube is not bad but after the projected miles it looses very quickly its properties going something like a creamous texture. It was told to me by two PT R125 bikers, one is known in other R125 forum, called Mikas. I would totally recommend Motul 5100 as price/quality oil. I used castrol GPS 4T and it wasn't bad but not as good as motul.
Now I use 300V and 300V is overpowered to our bikes but gear changing now is smooth as butter.
Fresh I agree with Jorge the yamalube is bog standard so unless you told Yamaha to stick motul in or watched them id presume yours is using that too. Motul 5100 is quite well priced I bought a litre for £9.00 and I've just bought another 4 litres. Gear changes feel smoother now.
 

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Yamalube is not bad but after the projected miles it looses very quickly its properties going something like a creamous texture. It was told to me by two PT R125 bikers, one is known in other R125 forum, called Mikas. I would totally recommend Motul 5100 as price/quality oil. I used castrol GPS 4T and it wasn't bad but not as good as motul.
Now I use 300V and 300V is overpowered to our bikes but gear changing now is smooth as butter.
Wow, i remember Mikas from the old forum! Haha
 

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I used Yamalube for the first service change on the 13s R6 can't say I had any issues with it. I highly recommend Motul oils, the 2 stroke is expensive at £20/l but is top quality. Friction plates contaminate oil even more so if you have ones made from aluminium, I was changing oil every week on the CR but now I am running steel friction plates and doing change once a month.
 

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@Vtwin that is 2stroke oil for girls. Try the VROOM a special one, I use it in competition for 50£/L, it takes me less 2/10th of second per lap!! In racing cars my father is using motul 300V for upper engine lubrification but I am not sure of it because it in cars since they use 2 different oil systems.
 

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mine has motul semi syn 10w40 says on the service recipt as they buy in bulk the oil at my yamaha dealer i was just wandering really
 

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Yeah I know m8 Vtwin, just sayin ahaha. Karts you know, are the most fucked up sport in the motorsport world, I've never seen a motorsport so much competitive (in the normal person world, not talking in F1 and MotoGP)
 
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