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The car takes 5w-30 semi synthetic oil. However, if you have never put synthetic oil in the car I would recommend using regular oil. I would also advise you check with your local jaguar dealer. The reason for this is if your car is not use to that kind of oil from day one it could cause seal leaks.
There really is no exact type of oil that goes into the chain and bar oiler. Each manufacturer usually makes their own, but any chain and bar oil will work. It is a thicker type of oil unlike a motor oil. Just ensure that the bottle says "bar and chain" oil
The dry type doesn't leak oil. Oil types tend to be better insulated due to the impregnation of the windings with oil and may self-recover from an internal arc-over. The dry type has a smaller package due to no oil, but doesn't dissipate heat as well. The dry type tends to be cheaper in price. Hope this helps!
Standard oil to use id SAE10W30 or SAE 10W40.
If you are still in doubt go to your local motorcycle dealer and ask the question as the normally are willing to tell you the oil type for your particular bike. Good enough?
At 300 miles the only thing you might want to do is check the gearbox oil level and then lube and adjust the chain. Check with the dealer on the filter type. As to what type of oil, use 10w40 motor oil in the gear box. Don't use any synthetic oils, oil marked "EC", or oil with "special" additives. Stick with the major brands; Pennzoil, Quaker State, Mobil or Shell. If in a hot area like Texas or New Mexico go with 20w50. Please rate my answer. Thanks!
Remington manual for model 111409-01 states: "This Pole Saw requires
lubrication only to prevent rust on the guide bar and saw chain. The
saw chain provided is pre-lubricated at the factory. With each use of
the Pole Saw apply a small amount of lubricating oil directly to the
saw chain (see Figure 8). The oil will distribute itself around the
chain and guide bar groove during use?preventing rust. We recommend
using SAE #30 motor oil for lubrication and rust prevention."
Most engines have it stamped in block ,beside oil fill hole example 3600ml..read on oil bottle should say 936 ml on quart bottle.Most suzukis over 750cc use 3.9 quarts of oil. DO NOT USE SYNTHETIC OILS..will cause clutch slippage ..Also look under seat,most bikes have a sticker with oil capacity,filter type,spark plug type