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    Exclamation Suzuki Sprinter 110 help needed

    Salam sprinter 110 2013 December model
    i bought suzuki sprinter in august 2014 i am second owner of the bike. My question is that when is bought the bike it was really really good in riding as i have gone upto 125 km/hr mark but now i can barely go to 100 km/hr. i maintain my bike really well oil is changed and serviced by suzuki showroom everytime. Now i dont feel like bike's 4th gear is powerful. What should i do to get the bike's power back and have bike faster like before ??


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    ZIC X5 20W50 synthetic oil used this car oil in my bike 3 or 4 times experience is overall too good no clutch slipage also gear shifting has become so smoooooooooth engine become more lighter & more powerful gained 10500Rpms
    previously was using zic 4T 20w40 semi synthetic engine oil packing was changed by company to zic M5 20w40 after the change of pack i was not getting like same performance which i was getting from zic 20w40 semi synthetic because zic m5 has become to A mineral oil only me was facing too much problems like gear shifting engine heating problem etc... that,s why switched to ZIC X5
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    Zic 20-50?

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    Quote Originally Posted by altisdualvvti View Post
    Because the bottle clearly states that its for gasoline And for diesel vehicles.
    10-60W 4t comes for bikes to for heavy bikes with packing mentioned 4t on it.
    But this oli is not 4t one check LM website for more information.

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    You can use it in your bike engine without any problem through the hot viscosity of 60 seems over kill to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    You can use it in your bike engine without any problem through the hot viscosity of 60 seems over kill to me
    How? can u explain me As this oli is not 4t and it will kill the clutch plates soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by altisdualvvti View Post
    How? can u explain me As this oli is not 4t and it will kill the clutch plates soon.

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    What made you believe its not for 4t engine and what's makes you believe its bad for clutch plates

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    What made you believe its not for 4t engine and what's makes you believe its bad for clutch plates
    Read this thread I m attaching the link below:
    http://www.riderforums.com/zr-7-main...et-clutch.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by altisdualvvti View Post
    Read this thread I m attaching the link below:
    special oil for a wet clutch?

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    You are mixing a lot of things then usually most modern car have catalyst converter and are tappet less or have roller arm so api sn/sm are common car oil and yes api sn/sm oil will cause clutch slip as it have friction reducer like molybduem ester etc it will cause more wear to tappets too I have mentioned this all in pw thread many times too but the oil mention in this thread is api sl and its good for bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    You are mixing a lot of things then usually most modern car have catalyst converter and are tappet less or have roller arm so api sn/sm are common car oil and yes api sn/sm oil will cause clutch slip as it have friction reducer like molybduem ester etc it will cause more wear to tappets too I have mentioned this all in pw thread many times too but the oil mention in this thread is api sl and its good for bike
    But it not says its for 4t wet clutch.

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