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post #21 of 27 (permalink) Old 08-06-2016, 07:27 AM
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Re: 300v alrdy dark after 1k miles?

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I started using Delvac MX 15W-40 after engine rebuild. Before I used 300V.
300V 50-60e 4L and Delvac 70e 20L
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No you didn't!!!!!! Did you????
Yes JK, that's the other one I am trying now. I think I prefer the Delo 400 slightly more as the shift seems smoother and smoother longer than the Delvac.
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No you didn't!!!!!! Did you????
A lot of guys use "diesel" oils. Rotella T6 is popular here in the states. I even run that in my Jeep.
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Here is a decent write up I found on it.

http://truestreetcars.com/forums/mot...4377?_k=7mgnaj
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Re: 300v alrdy dark after 1k miles?

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I think you guys should try BOD BCC 0W50. It is especially designed for Racing purose, really makes me surprised.
Okay, but that means nothing. That's like saying you should buy Carbone Lorraine C59 brake pads because they're for race purposes, or slicks, but that means you then have tires and brake pads that are useless until you get the right amount of heat in them, so a street bike actually suffers with them. Saying something is for racing purposes does not qualify it as a good product.
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Re: 300v alrdy dark after 1k miles?

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I think @oldgixxer runs 300v in his street bikes. Not a big deal really @tatersalad314 . Oil is the lifeblood of your motor, so spending a little extra money for better oil is always a good investment, unlike running 93 octane in a stock-motor 600.
Good lord you guys only have 93 over there ? I run 98 in everything over here.
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I think @oldgixxer runs 300v in his street bikes. Not a big deal really @tatersalad314 . Oil is the lifeblood of your motor, so spending a little extra money for better oil is always a good investment, unlike running 93 octane in a stock-motor 600.
Good lord you guys only have 93 over there ? I run 98 in everything over here.

We use RON they use MON, different units of measurement. The same number in both would mean MON has 'more' octane than RON.

More doesn't necessarily mean more power.
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post #27 of 27 (permalink) Old 08-25-2018, 02:51 PM
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Re: 300v alrdy dark after 1k miles?

That's the job of oil, it has to be dark quick. That's flying dirt
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