Iiqui Moly Racing 4T 20 W-50 for Honda CD 70 – 210124 – Page 3

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Iiqui Moly Racing 4T 20 W-50 for Honda CD 70

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i just bought Honda CD 70, going to change its first engine oil at 400 Km, Iiqui Moly Racing 4T 20 W-50 is ok to use.waiting for comments.

Originally Posted by imranbhatti

How do u rate them? As the oil placed on 1 st 3 rd position are really good if ur prime focus is reduction in noise but the oil placed in 2 nd category will never help u in that case its use will definitely increases engine noise.

Dude u are on different track, getting reduction in engine noise is something different then of performance durability enhancement. Rattling sound of timing chain etc in small engines is pretty much acceptable doesn’t harm the engine if things are ok the lube being used is up to the recommended specifications. Typically recommended SAE grades of oils for majority of vehicles are 10W-40 15W-40.

20W-50 oil in most of the cases is recommended for weak engines as its thickness helps engine to improve its compression defiantly reduction in engine noise. In small bikes people here in Pakistan hesitate to use 10W-40 15W-14 or 20W-40 oils as while using these relatively thin oils they find a bit more noise in engines assumes that these oils are not good. On the other hand using 5W-50, 10W-50 most common 20W-50 in perfect or new engine could deteriorate or results in sluggish performance due to its thickness while operating at optimum engine temperature i.e.

100 C-. API Servicing rating, JASO MA tag/Seal SAE viscosity grades all three are different things so while choosing lubes one should choose the recommended viscosity grade while expecting high performance higher API service grades JASO recommendations should be considered.

People seeking less noise willing to replace oil after 800Km shud better use loose available Golden motor oil with API SE, SAE 50 rating that will costs 170

180 Rs litter will defiantly perform as per expectation wud be cost effective too.

I think thats enough..They can pour whatever thy want in their RIdes(their ride their choice)..ALso your post regarding everything you mentioned is entirely incorrect..This discussion must end.

Aircooled bikes dont work at 100C

Multiviscosity oils are blended for a specific purpose..They must be thin enough for the oil to lubricate instantly(recirculation) when the engine is cold and also thick enough at running temperature so the oil lubricates the engine effectively

So please spare the again and agian limitless discussions on oils and their viscosities.

For your education check the link below.


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