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Kx 125 2003

Ive just bought my first bike im wondering wot kind of oil i need to put in the transmission ive bought semi synthetic 2 stroke, wet clutch, im not sure whether my kx 125 is wet or dry clutch can anyone help.

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Im pretty sure that the bike is a all in one menin that oil in tranny is same that flows in motor

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This seems to be a very common question, and even if its been written before is worth going through again. This is the simple version as there are a wide variety of bike from scooters, cruisers to racers

Do not use car engine oils they will cause wet clutches to slip.

Motorcycle shops are your best source, auto shops often have the oil but make sure it says motorcycles.
The labelling will tell you but read it carefully.

Four stroke or two stroke?, this you will have to know or find out and is quite important for your engine.

Two strokes burn some oil with the petrol so you need two stroke engine oil which is mixed with the fuel either by mixing with the petrol and putting in the fuel tank or via an injection system with a separate oil tank under the seat or side cover.
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Four strokes use the same oil to lubricate the engine, gearbox and often the clutch, so it needs changing often.

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Mineral oils are fine for low stress commuters.
Semi synthetic works in most bikes.
Full synthetic for the high power race bred,or you just want he best.
The weight or "W" value will depend on the bike, the usage, the tempurature etc
For this you need to consult your manual, read the labels and make a decision.
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