Question about 2006 Qlink Legacy 250
If you still have an engine remaining after all that about using fully synthetic. Put in semi-synthetic like I said in the other post, it's a false economy to use pro this and pro that! When this oil is for race bikes only! Your engine does not get anywhere near a high temperature to break the molecules down to offer the protection needed at a lower temperature. Carry on using the pro stuff and you will pit the camshaft at least.
Not all engines are the same. Some clutches in manual transmissions becomes frictionless with the use of pro fluids and ruin the gearbox.
In a CVT there is no gearbox to be cooled with the engine oil because the gearbox is within its own compartment inside the rear hub. A CVT only needs oil to cool and flush the crankshaft journals, camshaft and connecting rod. The coolant cools or protects the engine and cylinder head from extreme temperatures outside its operating range.
Gearbox oil is SAE 80/90. Engine oil should be 10W40.
Much is written in the motorcycle magazines just to sell them. Some of it is total rubbish and becomes Chinese Whispers over time. Get yourself to college to learn about mechanics or leave it to the pro's like myself.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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