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    Default BIKES & ENGINE OILS

    Over time oils get useless and become thin and dirty which influences the performance of the engine. So checking and replacing your oil regularly is a must for any rider. Oil cleans, cools and lubricates the engine. Here are some tips for bikers...............

    Make sure you get the right oil for your motorcycle. Motor oils come in grades / weights. Each grade is rated for ignition compression (for diesel engines), spark ignition (for gasoline engines) or for both types of engines. Additionally oils can be synthetic or natural, include detergents be a multigrade (20W-50) or single grade (50) and made for motorcycles or cars.

    Understanding biker oils is essential to getting the best mc oil. The thickness of the fluid is measure in SAE rating. The lower the number the lighter it is (the easier it flows). When oil gets hot it also flows easier so to compensate for a too light hot oil viscosity mix are available called 20W-50. Which means a cold oil flows like a 20 grade but at high temperature it flows like a thicker 50 grade.

    What oil do you need to get? I would suggest a synthetic oil (for modern bikes not for older models) since synthetic holds its properties much better than a natural oil. A specific oil isn’t always the best motorcycle oil and worth the extra investment (only if you hardly ever renew the oil or ride under extreme situations). And a wide multi grade ranges is smarter for the engine.

    Four stroke engines store the oil in a reservoir but two stroke engines works in a different way. The oil gets pumped around the moving parts and gets burnt during the combustion process. That’s why you don’t need to drain two stroke engines for maintenance. Just keep them topped up with quality two stroke (!) oil.

    Maintenance on four strokes is simple. Drain the oil while it is still hot (watch out), remove the filter and replace with a new one (use a recommended filter). Watch very carefully that filter is sealed well. Check your owner manual for more tips.

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    Am Using Fram Oil Filter & Mobil M1-110 Oil for my Bikes.
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    Anyone used or has any idea about new CASTROL Active 4t motorcycle oil. There also comes a commercial on TV about it.

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    PSO TO INTRODUCE NEW 4-STROKE MOTORCYCLE ENGINE OIL





    Pakistan State Oil (PSO), the largest oil marketing company in the country, will soon introduce a new 4-stroke motorcycle engine oil, the Castrol Activ 4T.




    The Castrol Activ 4T will be premium quality engine oil blended from highly refined base stocks and specially selected advanced additives.




    Meeting the highest performance level of API-SG & JASO MA specifications, the new engine oil will offer specially formulated "Active Protection Molecules" that cling to the engine and transmission parts by leaving a protection film that provides a shielding effect even when the engine is turned off.




    This will give continuous protection during starting and warm-up when other oils are not fully effective.




    Castrol Activ 4T — initially being introduced in 1-liter cans — is fully compatible with the use of unleaded fuel currently in the market.



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    Castrol introduces Activ 4T motorcycle oil KARACHI (November 06 2008): The world's most technologically superior lubricants manufacturer Castrol has introduced first motorcycle specialist product for 4-stroke 70CC- motorcycles which is the mostly used two-wheelers in country. The new "Activ 4T" with 'Tri-Zone technology' is modern, high quality engine oil designed specifically for 4-stroke engines.

    Castrol's unique Tri-Zone technology in Activ-4T ensures reduced engine wear, deposit control by protecting the critical parts responsible for peak- performance of a bike ie engine, gear and clutch. Its wear protection formula, provides "Continuous Protection" through out, allowing the biker's to 'start and Go!" with confidence. This ensures that the bike is protected also during the most stressful riding conditions such as start-stop city riding, as well as cold start-up.-PR

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    Quote Originally Posted by e

    @malikg115 kya bat hai zabardast keep it up and also tell me which is best oil for rx . i use shell 2t in side and E4 for gear box oil suggest me the best thanks

    by E4 u mean this one


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