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I looked up some specs for this bike. If its the same one its air cooled and dosent carry all that much oil. The oil does help with the cooling. So if the viscosity of the oil is wrong it will definatly affect the heat dissipation and the movement of parts which inturn produces more heat. The viscosity will change on its own due to breakdown and metal shards from natural wear inside the engine.
I hope this helps
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