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    I have heard that first oil should be done after 300 kMs but the owner manual says first oil change should be done after 1000 KMs. So, for whom should I go for owner manual or mechanic's saying ???


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    ^ Go for oil change at 300KM that's the correct time to change the oil on a new engine.

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    Any reason ??? I mean why Yamaha recommend to change after 1000 KMs
    And which oil should I use ?

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    Bro @ahmer2303 ask yourself and then decide.

    As a layman, I only know that first 300 kms are the most critical part for an engine life. Major proportion of engine parts grinding is being done in this time, so I ask myself whether I should allow these grind tiny particles in engine till 1000 kms or I should lose some bucks and drain them out with a fresh oil.

    Plus I think the guide book comes with bikes mostly follow Japanese standards and you know these bikes have to bear much extreme conditions here in Pakistan.

    Quote Originally Posted by ahmer2303 View Post
    Any reason ??? I mean why Yamaha recommend to change after 1000 KMs
    And which oil should I use ?
    Bara CG-125 bana phirta hai jou Sprinter say derta hai ....

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    Okay so which oil is suitable yamalube or something else ??
    Quote Originally Posted by abdulrehmanrauf View Post
    Bro @ahmer2303 ask yourself and then decide.

    As a layman, I only know that first 300 kms are the most critical part for an engine life. Major proportion of engine parts grinding is being done in this time, so I ask myself whether I should allow these grind tiny particles in engine till 1000 kms or I should lose some bucks and drain them out with a fresh oil.

    Plus I think the guide book comes with bikes mostly follow Japanese standards and you know these bikes have to bear much extreme conditions here in Pakistan.

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    Within warranty I think you should stick to Yamalube...after its expiration...

    Any good brand may be Zic M7, Shell, Valvoline incase you find it, Liqui Moly but it is too costly now, with grade of 10W-40 only...a big no to 20W-50. Your bike engine is brand new.

    Quote Originally Posted by ahmer2303 View Post
    Okay so which oil is suitable yamalube or something else ??
    Bara CG-125 bana phirta hai jou Sprinter say derta hai ....

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    Okay Thanx Bro
    Quote Originally Posted by abdulrehmanrauf View Post
    Within warranty I think you should stick to Yamalube...after its expiration...

    Any good brand may be Zic M7, Shell, Valvoline incase you find it, Liqui Moly but it is too costly now, with grade of 10W-40 only...a big no to 20W-50. Your bike engine is brand new.

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