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The use of synthetic oil in final drive and tranie& motor is this a good idea or not?.

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It is an excellent idea. Synthetic oils run cooler, last longer, shift easier. Be sure to use a JASO MA certified motorcycle oil it will preserve wet clutches and increase the life of transmission gears.

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To keep it simple: Your car should have used synthetic oil originally:

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If your car is running well, stick with the 5W30 that was recommended as Honda engines are extremely close tolerance. If it has used regular motor oil & is a little noisy, during the warmer weather you could step up to a 10w40 or even better a 15W50 in the summer, preferably Synthetic. Better fuel economy, acceleration & less wear & tear.

Finally: 140K should earn you a badge. That's just a well broken in Honda if it's been well maintained and you should expect much more service from it. I hope that this helps. Good luck!

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