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I HAVE A 06 ROADLINER 1900 FIRST OIL CHANGE I USED YAMAHA OIL SYN. BLEND, BECAUSE DEALER SAID FULL SYN. WOULD CAUSE CLUTCHS TO SLIPP.WANT IS THE BEST OIL TO USE AND FULL OR SYN. BLEND

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I also have an 06 Roadliner. I use 20w50 Lucas sythetic motorcycle oil with great results. Will later switch to Rotell T Synthetic 5w40 (Dark Blue Jug at Walmart) as it costs alot less than Lucas.

What the heck is a Husaberg?

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I use a full synthetic on my Husaberg, and it doesn't slip, but....use what Yamaha recommends. (Owners manual recommended) This is always the best bet.

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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