I had poured my previous bottle of LiquiMoly 4T 20W-50 Racing at 35811. I have changed this oil @ 37082 reading on Odo meter. In total, my bike has covered 1272 kilometers of distance.
At this point, i simply didn't want to take it any further because Engine scream was becoming too obvious (i did the right thing by changing the push rods to older model's, which are almost 3 times thick as compared to the current ones ... its also mentioned in my thread, here: https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bikes-3-wheelers/234277-aftermarket-rims-cg125-araya-vs-union-5#post4396649 ... Tappet noise at 1272KM was like ... non existent. I mean, there was noise, but it was ignoreable.)
And that 'mildly pleasant' feeling was coming to and end, because Clutch also started to show the inevitable (cluth's "working" was decreased, but very slightly ... considering the distance covered i.e. 1272).
The oil's color was ... lets just say it wasn't a pretty sight Best way to put it ... "IT was GAARA" :D. So basically i had raped the oil as much as i could.
Second bottle of LiquiMoly 20W-50 Street is now poured. I'll post more.
A Point to Think About:
Costs = Rs.750 per Liter || My Distance Covered = 1272 kilometer
The Per Kilometer Cost comes out at 0.589 Rupees.
Kixx Ultra 4T: (which is also a bloody brilliant oil, btw)
Costs = Rs.460 per Liter || Optimal Distance it can Cover (giving optimal performance) = 800 kilometer
The Per Kilometer Cost will come out at 0.575 Rupees.
Given the performance of LiquiMoly (especially in a CG125, where its raped to its max, and still manages to retain the best clutch performance ... I'd say the slightly extra cost Per Kilometer is worth it ... IF and ONLY IF ... you could stretch it to 1300 kilometers. Because @ 1000km (which would be the optimal changing point for any oil) ... the Per kilometer cost will be 0.75 Rupees, and that people ... is actually very high.
I'll post more, once i get done with this oil as well.