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Is it ok to use an 15/40 castrol oil on a 1985 gsxr 750

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You can use it. it will not hurt it but a thinner oil would be better.like 30 weight oil

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Yes, because it is a standard oil for generally all bike. if you bike is in very good condition then you also can use 10W30 semi synthetic oil for better performance. Good?

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The oil can be drained removing the NEAS system valves ( 2 allen bolts ).
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To measure:
- have an oil-suction pump
- Make a tube with a stopper at 130mmfrom the end.
Drill a little hole ( 3mm ) at 107mm (4.21in) of the stopper.

More oil will tighten the suspension, less will soften it a bit.
Oil type: SAE15

Hope this helps

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