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Andy Downes  says:

Free roadside assistance with a Honda Service

Honda is offering a year’s free Honda Happiness Roadside Assistance, worth £100, with all bikes booked in for a service and healthcheck before the end of February 2011. Find a Honda for sale If you upgrade to fully synthetic oil as part of the service and you will receive a Castrol goody bag which contains a one litre Castrol Power 1 Racing...

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pgracing1

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pgracing1 says:

QUALITY

had a tex reminder from my honda dealer the other day for my 4000 miles service ,think ill my 1000 repsol blade in now was gonna wait  a few weeks but think ill do it now....

 

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eatcs01

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eatcs01 says:

breakdown

You'll need the breakdown cover if you use the FULLY synthetic oil. Stick to the SEMI synth.

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SPRINTMAN52

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SPRINTMAN52 says:

eatcs01

You got me a little concerned,i use fully synthetic in me Trumpet.Is this just a honda thing?

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eatcs01

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eatcs01 says:

Sprintman

Does it burn any oil???

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DrAlan

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DrAlan says:

I would have taken advantage of this had my local Honda garage not recently closed down :-(. A great shame too; they were friendly, reasonable, well-priced, local and easy to get to.

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SPRINTMAN52

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SPRINTMAN52 says:

eatcs01

No  does'nt  burn oil.Put racing oil in that Triumph recommend.

What is it you know,share us your wisdom o wise one

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eatcs01

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eatcs01 says:

oils

Bikes (and even cars) now burn oil, when they never used to. It's because fully synthetic oil doesn't allow the engine to bed in properly. Honda's seem particularly bad. My 1999 ZZR600 doesn't burn ANY oil, but yet new bikes are burning upto 1 litre per 1000 miles, and the owners are being told it's fine.

 

You say it's "Racing oil". Do a lot of track time, do you???

 

Semi Synthetic is more than adequate for ANY road engine.

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SPRINTMAN52

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SPRINTMAN52 says:

OIL

eatcs01

Yep racing oil,you know how it is you want the best for your pride and joy.I shall  put semi syn.in next time though.Thanks for the tip.

 

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