Question about 2010 Yamaha Cygnus X
My scooter Yamaha Cygnus x 125cc 2008, have 112.000km/h haw often mast chance the oil engine. I use SAE 10w-40 @
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: jinlun 125cc scooter
My bike is a year old come the end of oct i started to ride from Jan of this year and my battery keeps going flat im on my 3rd battery now and am getting stressed out!!
Ive charged the battery but as it goes on the bike its like some one has pressed dump power and the power just goes but if i push start the bike and run it for a while it will hold the charge for a few min but it goes again after i power the bike down!
What could it be help
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
SOURCE: 2007 4 cylinder camry se
Their is a huge difference between leaking and using oil. place a large piece of carboard under the car one night and see if their is a lot of oil on the carboard the next moring. If so, try to look under the car and see if you can tel where the oil is coming from. Have the leak fixed. It might be as simple as loose bolts. If the engine is consuming oil because it has high mileage the use regular 10w40 or even 20w40 if you are in a warmer climate. If it is using oil you cannot afford to use the high priced synthetics. These are for relitively new cars .As it uses oil just replace it with the regular 20-w40 or 10w40. To slow down consumption use STP or MOTOR HONEY.or some other oil thickening agent on the market made for worn engines.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
Testimonial: "U r thinkin along the same lines as i am. Just was a little hesitant 2 use a much heavier oil than recommended. It iz ok, right????"
The battery is not under the seat - its sits behind the square plastic panel under the handle bars. (If sitting on the bike the battery cover is beneath the ignition switch. Held on with on screw and pops off to reveal the batt box. The batt should have a retaining strap which would need to be removed before batt will come out.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
you can use 10w 30 or 5w 30. 5 is going to be better for cold locations and is the more universal of the two and 10 is going to be good as long as you don't go much below freezing.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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