Agree 100%.Plugs are 30 some dollars, it's an hour to change and a good reason to get the tank up and plastics off so you can do a reasonable inspection of your bike.
Yes, this is what I have heard about this oil Motul 7100. It' is really expensive but the benefits are noticed. Of course there is always people that do not notice night from day.I like the Motul 7100 so much i have started lubing my guns with it. If it can withstand up to 12K RPM's and high heat and has corrosion preventives, it should make a fine firearms lubricant. I like that it doesn't have that petroleum smell.
I think half if not all of the wonder lubes for firearms are motor or gear oils repackaged into small bottles and marked up about 500-600%
I noticed smoother shifting after putting 7100 in my bike.
I did the first 600 miles service and put in the Castrol Actevo 10-40w 4T. I noticed the gear shifting is more easy and soft now. I got also the Castrol Power 1 10-40w 4T, as soon as I'm done with the break in period I'll swap it to this Power 1.Just swapped the oil and filter after the winter break. I put Castrol Power 1 in this time, first time I've used this so will see how it performs.
Now we’ve started eh now we’ve started😏👍From Castrol's site. New Castrol POWER1 Racing 4T 10W-50 completed a 5.2km test cycle 2.2 seconds quicker than a competitor 10W-40, in a 3-stage acceleration test conducted by Castrol, using a 4-cylinder supersport engine.
I guess that makes it a "must have" then.
Got 4L for £31.95 with free delivery from opieoils via Ebay.
Sorry to hear it, but I'm pretty certain that 300V is NOT the type of oil you want to use in a lawnmower. It's a racing formulation with fewer detergents than say, Motul 7100.Well its official. I am going to quit using Motul.
I put some Motul 300V that I had laying around in my lawn mower in 2013 at its first and only oil change and the motor just died last week. I think it has a stuck valve. Had to go out and buy another lawnmower.
Maybe I should have changed it again ...... but gees.