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What gear oil commonly used for motoposh. With 125cc only, is it 2t?

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Your'r motorbike has a 4stroke motor, avoid to use 2t oil! You will break the engine!
Instead use 4t oil engine! your gear box share the oil with the engine. You don´t need an extra oil for the gear box.
Hope it helps!

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