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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Metal shavings in the oil indicate a pretty serious problem. Where the metal is coming from is the question. Unfourtunately, if the problem is not located inside the right side engine cover where the clutch is, the motor must be torn completely down in order to find it. The more you ride the bike, the bigger the problem is going to get. The bigger the problem, the more it will cost to fix it. I would not hesitate to tear down the engine. The shavings are now in the crank bearings, clutch plates, top end and everywhere else. The inside of the engine will need to be cleaned out. The only way to do it is a complete teardown. The good thing is that while torn down you can install new crank bearings, output shaft bearings, OHC chain and tensioner, and all new seals. You will end up with a nearly new engine.
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
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10w-40, I'd recommend a full synthetic like Amsoil. Stay away from "energy conserving" oils, they have additives the clutch won't tolerate. API ratings of SL/CF,SJ,SH are acceptable. Good luck!
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