delo 400 in my 600



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  • beer_studd_76

Posted September 30, 2003 - 10:38 PM

#1

i buy this stuff by the case and i've heard of guys using it in their RFSs and CRFs and i'm tired of running to the shop every time i want to change the oil.

good idea? bad idea? what?


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  • qadsan

Posted October 01, 2003 - 07:40 AM

#2

That's what I've mostly been using in my bikes forever and day without any issues and I'm far from the only person using it in a motorcycle application. There are better oils that will last longer for extended drain intervals, but the Delo 15W-40 has performed well for me during the short drain intervals I use, which are typically every 300 to 500 miles, but most of the time it's within 300 miles. My wear numbers are always in check and wouldn't get much better with a synthetic, but I'm sure they could be a lot worse with some oils. For me, Delo is a good cost effective choice and is as good or better than some motorcycle specific oils.





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