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2000 Triumph Adventurer: Sometimes will not start; or shuts down without sputtering or warning of any kind after warming up or at any time during ride. Changed plugs; Flushed Coolant; Cleaned K/N Air Filter; Replaced Fuel Filter and supply line from tank; Removed and Cleaned Petcock and rinsed out tank (with fuel)

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You unfortunately have a bloown head fasket. Oil pressure is greater tha water pressure. R&R head gasket

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is it three cylinder

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Most oils are preferential, but don't use car or low friction special oils in your bike, and beware of detergent oils if you don't know the service history, they will break down in a bike and can dislodge accumulated crud. To be safe10/40- 20/50 Motorcycle oil for engine/ part synthetic if you like, but not a necessity sae 80s gearbox, Dot 4 clutch and prepacked branded long life coolant with integral lubricant for cooling.

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