thanks... i've heard there are a lot of weenies on this board, but i guess i can ignore that, right?lwszabo said:Man, I am sorry some people give new people a hard time about just asking a question. I guess with the 28 posts other people have, they have been here so long they cant even answer a question. : I used KLOTZ full synthetic in mine. It works great, and has a awesome smell from the exhaust....they say its a "racey scent" Lots of others use Mobil 1. Good Luck with you decision and welcome to the DML!
**** the donuts, I need beerJedi Knight said:I am not sure what is in it, but the Oil Gods say not to use that in motorcycles.
then again, they say not to use car oil in bikes, but I do anyway.
I have not had any issues.
btw, we demand donuts and pictures of that bike, Jack
jacksS2R said:thanks... i've heard there are a lot of weenies on this board, but i guess i can ignore that, right?
i was concered about the wet clutch on the 800, ive had a dry cltuch duc before but thought it might be different and i can't find shell advance here.
BCM Ducati just filled my M620 up with Klotz 20w50. I asked the same question. Their answer was "no." I trust them on this. The high today in Laconia was about a zillion below (Ok, it was 2F) when I picked up the bike and no warmer an hour and a half south where I live. They just told me that if I was planning to ride before spring a) get my head examined and b) let it warm up plenty long.M695 Army Man said:Isn't 20 w 50 a little thick for a Ducati, especially if your using synthetic???
My Ducati manual calls for 10 w 40.
Now where did you hear a thing like that?jacksS2R said:thanks... i've heard there are a lot of weenies on this board, but i guess i can ignore that, right?