Question about Motorcycles
Berapa sukatan ml engine oil klx 150
Posted by Anonymous on
Hai, Tanpa Nama untuk senario ini, anda memerlukan manual perkhidmatan anda yang mempunyai semua spesifikasi tork pengikat -kapasiti cecair dan gambarajah pendawaian di halaman belakang, bahagian bahagian, dan manual pemilik jika anda tidak dapat mencari alat terbaik yang pernah anda beli untuk Kawasaki anda , jangan putus asa, dengan hanya $ 0 anda boleh memuat turun yang lain.
Untuk maklumat lebih lanjut mengenai masalah anda dan muat turun "PERCUMA" berharga yang anda perlukan untuk melihat atau mencetak, sila klik pada pautan biru di bawah. Semoga berjaya dan semoga hari yang indah.
Posted on Aug 05, 2020
SOURCE: 2002 kawasaki klx 300 r
If you are not a mechanic, take it to a shop before you completly destroy your cylinder or case. You most likely have a broken ring, bad valve or loose ring clip, but either way, the reason it is worse at the lower end is because that is where you are putting the most stress on the engine. OR...you could try using higher octane fuel, OR...your running the engine to lean. In any case, you should seek professional help with the issue, because running it with it knocking WILL end in an expensive repair.
Posted on May 26, 2009
Check your jets in your carbs and also could be bad fuel. Poor some sea foam in it and some new fuel and check to see if the inline filter is plugged and check your air filter as well.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
you want super 4t for your bike and ion the sight glass it should be full. it will start but it has a chance of siezing if the oil is to low but if its to high it wownt start.
hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
G'Day b shrum,
You can download a service manual for the bike here, (click on "free user") I checked the link working fine for now at least. Get a copy for yourself while the link is hot.
The Kawasaki shop manual suggest Engine Oil as SE Class SAE viscosity of 10W40, 10W50, 20W40, 20W50 Is really a subjective thing, use the oil that suits your riding conditions, and climate. 10w40 for lower temps, 20w50 for hotter heavier duty conditions. Thicker oil protects better, thinner oil makes you go faster :)
I suggest using any good quality synthetic oil engineered for motorcycles. The brands here are endless. Chose what you can afford, but always get good quality oil and change it and the oil filter every 1000 k's
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
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