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    Default Motorcycle Engine Oils

    Aslam Alikum, Immediately seeing the title you may have said this oh not again again one more thread
    for engine oil but guys please bear this one too purpose of creating this thread is to share the range
    of motorcycle engine oils available in market and for this i want your valuable co-operation as i would
    share engine oils & their pics which obviously will show the specification but i have access to only few oils
    which i have used or which are available in my city
    i can't access all engine oils so that is why i request all of you if you have used an engine oil or you have pics of
    bottle you should share here & share your review about that particular oil
    Your sharing matters alot as i alone can't collect all info about engine oils available in market

    As i just said in last line of first paragraph your co-operation is important in helping me out
    to collect info about engine oils available in market but also i need your help in Engine oils subject As i am not expert in Oils
    if we search on net this subject is too deep so want to know your info about these important terms in engine oils
    this thread will be useless if it does not have any details info about specification terms
    so kindly if you find some good info on net share here

    *API
    *JASO
    *Viscosity
    *SAE Viscosity Numbers 10w40,20w40,20w50 or SAE40
    *Single Grade & Multi Grade
    *Mineral & Synthetic/Semi synthetic
    Etc notify if there are some other important terms

    The Sole purpose of this thread is to collect info about engine oil available in market
    *Specifications/price & *Picture

    ^Sharing some basic info which i know as par my bike

    API in simple word an company which gives certificates of quality to engine oil
    so always look for this API label oil but some manufactures recommends JASO
    But most motorcycle manufactures in pakistan as the big one
    AHl recommends to use engine Oil with API SG,SF,SE or higher grade
    you should look your bike manual for the details about your bike

    Viscosity of oil is shown in the SAE numbers
    most oils nowadays available in market are multigrade
    first number which is followed by W (winter) shows the oil viscosity at low temp:
    lower this number thinner the oil be at lower temp:
    2nd number shows the viscosity of oil at high temp 100c: higher the number thicker the oil
    20w40 oil will remain less thick at 100c as compare to 20w50
    my bike manual says 20w40 is good all rounder for pakistani conditions
    but depending on the temp user can choose which oil suits engine more


    Now Lets Start Sharing Some Engine Oil Brand Which I Know Or Remember


    Shell

    AX3 20w50 0.7lt & 1.0lt (Pic on post #3)
    AX5 15w40 1.0lt (Pic on post #234)

    Caltex


    Havoline 20w40 0.7lt (#1986)
    Havoline 20w50 1.0lt
    Castrol

    Go 20w40 0.7lt (Pics on #146)
    Active 20w50 0.7lt & 1.0lt ( Pics on #155)
    Gtx 20w50 1.0lt (Pics on #357)

    Atlas Honda


    Atlas Engine Oils (Pics on #948, #1054)

    Yamaha Lube

    Yamalube 20w50 (#1727)


    Servo

    M2 30/40 0.7lt & 1.0lt
    M5 20w50 0.7lt & 1.0lt (Pics on #14)

    Dyl Lube


    Dyl Lube 20w50 0.7lt & 0.8lt & 1.0lt (Pic on #4)

    Suzuki SGO Oil

    Suzuki Genuine Oil 10w40 (Pic on #106)

    Zic Lubricants -
    (Offers Online Purchase From Official Site)
    Zic M5 20w40
    Zic M7 10w40 (#1557)

    PSO Oil


    Pso Blaze 4t 20w50

    Total Lube

    Total HI-Perf 20w40 (#1233)
    Total Hi-Perf 10w40

    Master Lubricants

    Master Xtra 4t-MCO 20w40

    Imported Engine Oils


    Kixx (Korean)

    Kixx Ultra 20w50 1.0lt (Pics on #154)
    Kixx Semi Synthetic 20w50 (#1406)

    Liqui Moly (Germany)


    Racing 4t 20w50 1.0lt (Pic on #11, 219. 302,
    )
    Racing Semi Synthetic 10w40 (#1244)

    Repsol Moto 4t 20w50 (#1270)

    Valvoline Champ 4t 20w50 (USA) (#1040)








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    20w50/40 would work in winters..But the issue is cold start up is a pain in the butt..CD-100 has some cold starting issues like coughing etc..So i usually start the bike and let it idle for 10 minutes or so until it gets warm enough..I dont use choke much..In the mean time i eat my breakfast :p..

    A 10w40/50 is obviously a good choice for winters but keep in mind even a 20w50 is designed to instantly lubricate at engine crank for temperatures as low as -15 degrees..That is called pour point of an oil..Less than that oil tends to freeze..So even at 0 degress thicker oil will lubricate effectively..

    10w40 will decrease the warmup times though
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    MashAllah you are taking an extreme of your bike and it is really great to see
    10 mintues is really long time for warm up of bike it must be drinking good
    patrol in this time i give only 10-20 seconds for warm up this may be shorter time
    but 10 minutes is long long time i think 1 mintue is more than enough for bike warm up
    and all internal parts of engine would easily get well lubricated and warmed up and ready to perform duty

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilskreed View Post
    20w50/40 would work in winters..But the issue is cold start up is a pain in the butt..CD-100 has some cold starting issues like coughing etc..So i usually start the bike and let it idle for 10 minutes or so until it gets warm enough..I dont use choke much..In the mean time i eat my breakfast :p..
    that is long long time
    change to 10w40 and start parking the bike inside the room at night. I think coughing problem will almost go away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilskreed View Post
    20w50/40 would work in winters..But the issue is cold start up is a pain in the butt..CD-100 has some cold starting issues like coughing etc..So i usually start the bike and let it idle for 10 minutes or so until it gets warm enough..I dont use choke much..In the mean time i eat my breakfast :p..

    A 10w40/50 is obviously a good choice for winters but keep in mind even a 20w50 is designed to instantly lubricate at engine crank for temperatures as low as -15 degrees..That is called pour point of an oil..Less than that oil tends to freeze..So even at 0 degress thicker oil will lubricate effectively..

    10w40 will decrease the warmup times though
    If you eat your breakfast before starting the bike then you would not have to wait that long to warm it up

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    Price update of Castrol GTX 20w-50 engine oil
    Price:430rs
    Motorcycle Engine Oils - esu8ypu6
    Motorcycle Engine Oils - ru6y9ena

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    last time its been less than month i bought it in 380 rupees
    how come this much huge sudden increase in price


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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    last time its been less than month i bought it in 380 rupees
    how come this much huge sudden increase in price

    No idea brother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gull_s_777 View Post
    having any trouble starting the bike or warming up with LM 20w50 in winter?????
    or just changing because it's winter now????
    just coz of winter ... first kick start at mrng

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    Quote Originally Posted by himmi_Pak View Post
    LM 20W50 is for summer but can be used in winter

    not recommended in jan /feb though

    LM synthetic 5W40 is more preferred or 10W40 .

    synthetic engine oil is always preferred over mineral oils ( in this case LM 20W50 is mineral oil)
    I just want to know ...k Minral oil sa synth oil par aany sa koi issue to ni ho ga.. i mean any clutch issue or something else.. coz mn LM product use krna chahta hon .... Q k ..i am fulllly satisfied with LM 20w50..... and right now problem is winter ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by himmi_Pak View Post
    @SyedMoazzam no sir they got oil addtive for Motor bikes as well as mention below

    @Eur0_2 sir how much km on the meter? if engine is new meaning not more

    than 6000 km then dont go for the process do it on 9000 KM

    and kindly go for the process under direct supervision and control of qualified mechanic

    Engine Flush:

    With time even the best engine oil deteriorates and contaminates the engine with gums and varnish deposits that a simple oil change just cannot remove. Any new oil may be compromised and be contaminated by deposits left behind.


    Extended service intervals are placing higher demands on today?s engine oils, making it now even more important to ensure that the new oil is given the optimum chance to protect the engine.

    Most engine flushes are solvent-type products, they tend to reduce the lubrication of the oil. If this type of flush is left in the engine too long mechanical damage can occur and engine seals can affected. Damage may not be visible but is irreversible.

    using the correct oil additive is neccessary for Engine flush so use LM oil additive with LM engine oil products onLY







    Motorcycle Engine Oils - 1657 200 100
    Racing Engine Flush

    Cleaning fluid for clearing the engine interior of troublesome deposits. Dissolves sludge and lacquer formers. All types of oil-soluble and oil-insoluble residues are brought into suspension and removed during the next oil change. An engine which has been cleaned of deposits and contamination and which is then filled with fresh oil not contaminated with old impurities can develop its full performance characteristics.



    Intended use


    Flushes out and cleans the oil circuits of motorcycles with fourstroke gasoline engines. The frequency of use is dependent on the degree of contamination of the oil circuit and on the quality of the oil used.



    how to use:

    One 30 ml is sufficient for up to 1 liters of oil. Add the additive to the engine oil at running temperature before changing the oil. After adding the product, allow the engine to idle for approx. 10 minutes. Then change the oil and the filter.



    the preferred one with MOS 2 anti friction

    Motorcycle Engine Oils - 1580 200 100
    Racing Bike-Oil Additiv

    With MoS2-anti-friction. Scientifically proved reduction in wear of up to 50 %. Therefore extends the service life of the engine. The engine runs more efficiently and reduces the oil and fuel consumption. Increases engine smoothness, fewer malfunctions. Tested for compatibility with catalytic-converters.

    Intended use

    Suitable for all 4-stroke and 2-stroke engines with separate lubrication. Can be used with wet multi-disc clutches. 125 ml is sufficient for 4 litres of engine oil.


    During each oil change, add 30 ml per litre of engine oil.







    on metr ....8500km

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    Hi frnds a new question?
    which is best engine oil for Cg125 Euro 2,i had changed my first oil at 290kms and i used caltex havoline,i am 100% sure that it was original as my cousin is distributor of caltex engine oil and they get it directly from compnay's warehouse but i saw here on pakwheels people claiming that liquoy moli is better than havoline,
    Any advise from senior members?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherry56 View Post
    Hi frnds a new question?
    which is best engine oil for Cg125 Euro 2,i had changed my first oil at 290kms and i used caltex havoline,i am 100% sure that it was original as my cousin is distributor of caltex engine oil and they get it directly from compnay's warehouse but i saw here on pakwheels people claiming that liquoy moli is better than havoline,
    Any advise from senior members?
    Try Liqui Moly Racing 4t 20w40(german mineral oil)..COsts pkr 650 for 1L..Available at LM brand store in i 8 markaz...Drain interval 2k kmsfor 125 i think(if that is the recommended drain interval by honda)

    Lm is in an entirely different league..I have used caltex havoline 20w50..it is not great but does the job
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    Quote Originally Posted by gull_s_777 View Post
    that is long long time
    change to 10w40 and start parking the bike inside the room at night. I think coughing problem will almost go away.
    Unfortunately parking inside is impossible as the stairs are very steep and cd-100 is a notorious heavy MAJJ..But 10w40 is a good idea..Now the question is,,a good 10w40 premium oil is hard to find..zic is shizz
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eur0_2 View Post
    I just want to know ...k Minral oil sa synth oil par aany sa koi issue to ni ho ga.. i mean any clutch issue or something else.. coz mn LM product use krna chahta hon .... Q k ..i am fulllly satisfied with LM 20w50..... and right now problem is winter ..
    You can go for semi synthetic but not fully synthetic oil..If your engine is new then you can shift to fully synth oils but fully synth oils have a habit of leaking from engine seals.
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    a synthetic product of liqui moly is preffered over mineral one

    uk4455 posted a pic back in posts to see the diff

    the synthetic engine oil keeps engine smoother and keeps on optimum lubrication

    if u see that pic u can see smoother flow of fluid across engine parts

    kiqui moly products are of superior quality

    if u r satisfied with LM 20 W50 then in winters im dead sure u will be double satisfied from 5w40 and 10W40 synthetic one;s

    becoz they are design to meet winter requirement while 20w50 for summer

    please refer to post 449 in this topic for understanding

    temp and engine oil


    Quote Originally Posted by Eur0_2 View Post
    I just want to know ...k Minral oil sa synth oil par aany sa koi issue to ni ho ga.. i mean any clutch issue or something else.. coz mn LM product use krna chahta hon .... Q k ..i am fulllly satisfied with LM 20w50..... and right now problem is winter ..

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    did u try one? and did happen with u???

    then why synthetic engine oil is made for then if they start leaking from seal

    if u doesnt give time to engine idle then seal leaks in winter

    Quote Originally Posted by devilskreed View Post
    You can go for semi synthetic but not fully synthetic oil..If your engine is new then you can shift to fully synth oils but fully synth oils have a habit of leaking from engine seals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahsan95 View Post
    Price update of Castrol GTX 20w-50 engine oil
    Price:430rs
    Motorcycle Engine Oils - esu8ypu6
    Motorcycle Engine Oils - ru6y9ena
    Price: Rs. 400 in Faisalabad

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilskreed View Post
    Try Liqui Moly Racing 4t 20w40(german mineral oil)..COsts pkr 650 for 1L..Available at LM brand store in i 8 markaz...Drain interval 2k kmsfor 125 i think(if that is the recommended drain interval by honda)

    Lm is in an entirely different league..I have used caltex havoline 20w50..it is not great but does the job
    Thanx for the advice, as its winter now so shud I use Lm 20w50 or 10w40, however I saw that most members here recommend 20w50
    As my bike is new, just 400 km done so I dont want to do experiments on it for now :-p.

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    Where's the liqui moly shop in Faisalabad? And what are its timings (opening/closing)?

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    post 449 will answer ur query in detail

    20w50 is for summer 10w40 or 5w40 is recommended in winters

    Quote Originally Posted by sherry56 View Post
    Thanx for the advice, as its winter now so shud I use Lm 20w50 or 10w40, however I saw that most members here recommend 20w50As my bike is new, just 400 km done so I dont want to do experiments on it for now :-p.

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