Author Topic: Tech Tip: Suitable Engine Oils  (Read 30739 times)

Offline Hooli

Re: Suitable Engine Oils
« Reply #90 on: Friday, 18 September 2020, 05:46 pm »
Are they metric or imperial hammers?

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Re: Suitable Engine Oils
« Reply #91 on: Friday, 18 September 2020, 06:14 pm »
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Offline SA14

Re: Suitable Engine Oils
« Reply #92 on: Friday, 18 September 2020, 08:18 pm »
All my hammers are centre handed helix style.

Offline Malarky

Re: Suitable Engine Oils
« Reply #93 on: Saturday, 05 November 2022, 08:38 am »
I've been advised to run fully synthetic 5w50 in the turbo 14 ,part to do with facet scavenge pump .
Bought supermoly 5w50 atv,not cheap so we will see how it goes.
It's rated for wet clutches also.

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Offline Hooli

Re: Suitable Engine Oils
« Reply #94 on: Saturday, 05 November 2022, 09:01 am »
Good luck with the stem seals, they seem to fail on 14s run on fully synth. Takes a while mind so unless you ride the turbot like a normal bike you might never have an issue.

Offline Malarky

Re: Suitable Engine Oils
« Reply #95 on: Saturday, 05 November 2022, 09:32 am »
Hi Hooli
Head was gas flowed ,seats recut ,new stem seals and reprofiled cams at 12500 miles now on 14500.
Where I am it's just going to be ridden like a power cruiser ,it's a straightliner really .
I just like the fact its has crazy if you want.
Turbo build by Mjrevtech ,build pics on their fb.
Cheers for reply bro.

 

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