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Can I use regular 10w 40 synthetic motor oil in the crank case of a kawasaki KFX 50 atv. I think the year of the atv is about 2005.

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You can use synthetics if you like to gamble, but I advise against it. Synthetic oils often cause the cork on the clutch friction plates to either shrink or swell. If they shrink, the clutch will fail to grab and the bike just sits there. If the cork swells, the clutch will grab and want to pull the bike forward even with the clutch lever all the way in. Just use good old 10w40 motor oil without additives. Please rate my answer. Thanks!

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