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I wanna know what oil should i put in the oil filler hole

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20w40 motorcycle oil,(the same as four strokes use) car oils have friction modifiers in them that will make the clutch slip

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I personally use and love Rotella T oil. Its the same oil that team green uses in there gearbox's and if its good for the pro's its good enough for me. Plus at $3-$4 a quart you cant beat it! If oil is that cheap ill change it every hard ride.

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1.1. Vehicle standing on level surface.
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