yeah i don't care what oil i run long as its a synthetics oil so i Polly run yamaha lob or mobile1
Red, I'm sure 'll have someone disagree with this statement? But I did write it either. I will say I have spent a few hours researching Conventional Oils, Blends, and Pure Synthetics on the market today.The HN4 is the synthetic. You know, I still have never heard a valid reason on why you can't go from synthetic back to conventional...
That used to be the case, and you'd be correct if the powers that be in the R&D for Companies like Mobil didn't see this as a problem and change it.The synthetic is thinner and could cause a oil leak in older engines
Red, you are absolutely correct. If the wrong Syntheic Oil type is used, it will definitely cause the wet clutch to slip. But that goes for Conventional Oils as well. The big issue for any oil used in anything with a clutch is, don't use anything that has the words ENERGY CONSERVING written in the seal. This same seal will have the API SERVICE OIL and the weight of the oil in the container SAE 10W-30.I have seen first hand how some synthetics can cause the clutch in an ATV to slip.
Mud, Blended Synthetic Oils from what I've read are a rip-off to the consumer. The article shows a Blend contains no more than 30% Synthetic oil in the mix. But you'll see the manufacturer usually charge double for the Blend as they would charge for the Conventional.What about a Synthetics blend oil.?
Don't feel bad. I did the same thing on one of the posts when you all were talking about the main jet circuit the other day.OH, I misread your book.LOL i thought you were saying synthetic is synthetic. I didn't read it rael carefully.
Honestly....Your Uncle is a smart man! He saw a leak, and took care of it. Too often we see people putting off little things like replacing a seal or gasket because it's leaking, only to pay for their mistakes later.We was eating dinner today and I asked my uncle about the synthetic because I was thinking of switching He said he switched and developed a oil leak when there wasent one before. He said the front oil seal started to leak. He went a head and had the seals replaced.
It's a good thing he can rely on your ability and the fact you are willing to help out. The world is very short on people like you who do something for someone else without looking for a hand-out after the job is done.He didn't want to spend that money but he did. I told him he should have had me do it. It would have been free. I gotta put a timing belt and fuel filter on a Subaru next week. Well I know for sure the fuel filter they may weight on the timing belt.
The Giving Spirit to help others is what it's all about. The cool thing about this Spirit is we can be on the giving end one day, and the receiving end the next.There is a class B rider around the corner from me, he helps me with anything I don't know.