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    Question info required about Yamalube.

    hi guys
    i wanted to know if anyone has used this engine oil or not...as its getting hot day by day i want to use a good engine oil...so that engine performace remains okay and bike doesnt heat up...on yamaha website mashallah..it says that yamaha can be used for 3000 km...im confused....3000 KM? ajeeb si bat lagti ha liken..what are your views...engine oils price is i think 320-330 something...either to go with this oil or go with liquimoly...i have Yamaha junoon 2009 model
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    YAMALUBE | YAMAHA MOTOR PAKISTAN Pvt., Ltd


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    Quote Originally Posted by r1 View Post
    I tried Mobil-1 year back in my bike and changed it after 1350kms, but the condition of oil wasn't as bad as that of Havoline at 800kms.
    Mobil1 is also top of the line oil here in Pakistan. Interestingly, a 20W-50 is even more expensive than the LiquiMoly 20W-50, lol. I remember a dealer quoting me Rs.850 per liter, and he was a bulk seller.

    Anyway, i think you mostly ride on open roads, maybe thats the reason your oil condition wasn't as bad. My travel is inside city, so basically A LOT of variability in speeds, acceleration etc. I think i remember petty well when i posted the absolutely horrible condition of Liquimoly, after 1300kms, in my own thread.
    Riders on the storm ... literally.

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    to yar yamaha ki website pe to likha hooa hai ke ke sb motorcyles ke liye hai?

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    to yar yamaha ki website pe to likha hooa hai ke ke sb motorcyles ke liye hai

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    Quote Originally Posted by abobobilly View Post
    For whatever reason (i am not an expert), GS150's engine can utilizer the engine oil for longer, hence the longer interval (minimum can be 2000kms). YBR's engine is also OHC so it can pretty much do longer intervals.

    But ANY OHV engine can't do that. Even the best of the oils can start to show its age after reaching at just 1000kms (been there, done that; even with Liquimoly).
    Depends on your driving habits.Flooring a bike as our maila's usually do can rend a premium oil watery at mere 800 kms while the same automobile driven with care can last till 1.5k kms.Been there done that with various brands(still i dont over rev my 2 wheel never)
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    Default Liqui Moly 10W-40 For Bike

    I am using Liqui Moly 10W-40 for bike - its the best oil - I have used almost all brands before choosing this. Mobil1 and Liqui Moly has same experience but Liqui Moly is cheaper then the Mobil so I use this now. LIQUI MOLY Pakistan-Motorbike 4T 10W-40 Street (1 Litre)

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