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JAWAPAWA

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JAWAPAWA says:

servicing at home duke 125. Which type of oil?

hi im going to service my duke 125 myself...along with a few other things...


im having someone help me do it...

i need fully synthetic 15w 50? Right?

Could i use 10w 40 instead?

Will a litre be enough oil for one oil change?

Is silkolene the best stuff?


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albert88

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albert88 says:

jawa

hey pal , glad to hear you are sorted with your bike:smile

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preunit

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preunit says:

Motorex

thumb.gif won't go wrong with that JP, tis all I'd put mine:smile

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KrismusSikpunz

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If you must...........

But get yourself a decent torque wrench for that sump plug. And fit a new sealing washer.



Edit: Oh, & don't let Oscartheprick near it with his stilsons.:wink:

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oscarthegrouch

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Crusty

where do you buy your sealing washers from for your ak ak 50 must be hard to come by ?

p.s. knob end  my 1994 fzr 600 still has the same sealing washer on it's sump plug and it gets it's oil changed every year

the reason why i ain't changed it is because there is fuck all wrong with it  .......you tit:tongue:

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oscarthegrouch

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Oh crusty

You will see my stilsons mate .......

when i swing the fuckers towards your boat race :shock:

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gungerdin8

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gungerdin8 says:

JAWA DUDE

HOPE U GET YA BIKE SORTED FELLA:wink:

AND OSK/ KRISPY

THANKS 4 THE LAUGH FUNNY OR WOT

GUNGOS OUT

OH I LOVE THIS SITE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:ph43r:

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KrismusSikpunz

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Hey oscartheprick.........threats?

What!


From behind your keyboard?

Get out of it, you glass jawed nonce:lol::lol::lol:



You still living above the pink hairdressers?:lol:

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babyrocket

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babyrocket says:

just my two penny worth

most bike manufactures no longer advise the use of fully synthetic oil unless the vehicle is being used for very long periods , if you are just using it for bobbing about town  id save my money and get semi synthetic, the fully synth stuff wont get hot enough and could cause all sorts of other problems.

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JAWAPAWA

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JAWAPAWA says:

babyrocket

got motorex sem synthetic. no worrires

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