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Do you use 30 w oil for a oil change for 2007 zzr 600

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10W40 Regular or Synthetic is what it calls for. Your choice.

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Hi Al,
I know you are looking for feedback and I hope I can help.
I have a FLHR Road King Harley Davidson and believe me It clunked real bad when I bought it (7,000 miles), I checked the clutch primary chain, well within tolerance, also Clutch plates too.
I know your engine is wet sump and the gearbox uses the same oil as the engine?
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