Question about Suzuki RM-Z 250 Motorcycles
I recently bought some viral lubricants 10w40 engine oil, can I use this in my 1997 rm250, the manual says to use 10w40, the stuff is synthetic that I got, and is intended for ATVs and dirtbikes, just doesn't say for 2 strokes or not? @
Posted by Anonymous on
SOURCE: dirtbike is smoking
You may have too much oil in the fuel mix. It should be 32/1 for the RM. If you put too much oil in, the bike will produce excessive smoke, and foul the plug also. Always use a good quality Two Stroke oil. Your Bike depends upon it. Happy to answer any more questions you may have.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
In many bikes the clutch work in oil and if you use an very good oil like sintetics with may be can cause a slipage clutch not when it is a new one but whne it have an use inportant the discs are more thin and the antifriccion oil can cause slipage more in the better oils like sintethics.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
Good quality oil is the cheapest form of insurance!!!
there are realy great synthetic oils around now!
it also depends on the weather extremes that you ride in!!
10 w 40 is a safe bet!
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
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