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My owner's manual for my 2004 Classic recommends SAE 5W-30 engine oil. I wouldn't add any oil that is thicker than that, in colder weather your engine may not get the lubrication it needs. FYI, engine oil numbers indicate the viscosity of the oil, (the weight, or heaviness of the oil.) Higher numbers indicate thicker oil, and thicker oil may help if your engine is burning oil, but it also takes longer for the cold oil to get into the bearing surfaces.
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