What oil?!?!?!

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What oil?!?!?!

Post by richierich37 » Wed Jul 18, 2012 7:48 pm

Just looking to see what opitions i get from here on the make and type of oil i should be using?!?!?!

Its for my 2165cc
AS41 case 94mm
78mm crank
Straight cut cam gears
Lightened flywheel
Engle 110 cam
Mahle 94mm stroker
Big valve heads
44 idf's carbs...................yada yada

Last time i changed it i just used a 10/40!

TIA :cheers:
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Re: What oil?!?!?!

Post by WILL » Wed Jul 18, 2012 10:32 pm

This is what I'm using in my 2110:

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Re: What oil?!?!?!

Post by Erna and David » Thu Jul 19, 2012 4:56 am

Hi Will, using the same Millers oil, cant believe the price for 5 litres, the best price i got it for was £50.00. David

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Re: What oil?!?!?!

Post by paul_f » Thu Jul 19, 2012 6:05 am

I use the same.

One of the ebay sellers does it for about 170 for 4 cans of it, you have to email them for the best price though.
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Re: What oil?!?!?!

Post by richierich37 » Thu Jul 19, 2012 6:24 am

Awesome, so why 10/60 over 10/40?

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Re: What oil?!?!?!

Post by WILL » Thu Jul 19, 2012 7:05 am

As recommended by John Maher :wink:

I got 5L from ebay for £41.95 with free delivery :)
richierich37 wrote:Awesome, so why 10/60 over 10/40?

Cheers......

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