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WHAT TYPE OIL GOES IN THE LOWER END? ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDE OF MOTOR LOOKING DOWN THERE IS A BLACK OIL CAP. WHAT OI DO I PUT THERE?

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If you are talking about the transmission oil , 10w-40 JASO MA motorcycle oil will work. Most racers will use either an 80 wt (weight) motorcycle gear oil or for the racers edge a 70 wt motorcycle gear oil to increase the life of the aluminum plates in the clutch and help preserve the transmission gears.

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