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Without knowing what bike and under what conditions we are discussing here it's tough to make a decent recommendation but in general, synthetic lubricants will offer the best performance and protection. If you are completely unsure of what to use, check the recommendations from the manufacturer and go from there.

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Product called motorcote?something like that,bad speller.It's oil additive.Plus octane booster.

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