Question about Motorcycles
I bought the 10w 40 full synthetic car instead of the motorcycle one because the guy at autozone told me they didn't have motorcycle oil at the moment and that that oil would do just fine and it didn't matter. So over 70 dollars wasted. The motorcycle turns on just fine but doesn't want to move. It's a wet clutch Suzuki tl1000r.
Yes it's too slippery unless you use jaso approved oil which is proper motorcycle oil .it won't wreck you clutch though unless you keep riding it with it in though.but you need to drain it out change the filter and take the clutch plates out and clean them with brake cleaner.I am a trained suzuki mechanic and worked.on the second TL 1000s made in 1997 in a training facility.I know these bikes well.I have also got a diploma from suzuki.
Posted on May 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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