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    Please share your experience that which engine oil is best for bikes. I have sprinter 110 in which i used Shell engine oil and replaced just after 1000kms but i was astonished when ring piston worn out within 50000kms while i was supposed that engine should last long until 70000kms because Japanese engine.

    Now as i have recently got new Suzuki GD110, i don't want to face same experience.


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    liqui moly is the best oil for bike.any way if you want more help please visit thread BIKE ENGINE OILS in which u got complete information for all oils

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    Quote Originally Posted by signode View Post
    Dears

    Please share your experience that which engine oil is best for bikes. I have sprinter 110 in which i used Shell engine oil and replaced just after 1000kms but i was astonished when ring piston worn out within 50000kms while i was supposed that engine should last long until 70000kms because Japanese engine.

    Now as i have recently got new Suzuki GD110, i don't want to face same experience.
    use any good company oil but should be exactly same grade as recommended by bike company. I asked this reason from a friend of mine which is Mechanical engineer he told me that there are very small holes inside engine through which oil passes to certain components, if you are using thicker oil than recommended then there are chances that it will not go to certain parts and result will be much wear and tear to these components. so be careful.....

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    I use caltex havoline 20_40

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    Its better to read Bike engine Oil's thread first then decide..

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