Location: Wilmington, Nc.. building fantastical shit
Originally Posted by williamr
A little valve grinding paste dissolved in the oil keeps the engine nice and loose, and you don't really have to worry about the next oil change.
i had about 22,000 miles in my truck before i finally changed the oil. turns out the injectors didnt like the oil too much and stopped firing ( diesel F250)
i think i have about 30k miles on the oil in my bike. its noisy but still runs. one of these days it should blow up and then that will force me to either finish the turbo motor or build the race-spec motor i have on the bench now for it.
i may change the oil within 10k miles if i build something nice for the bike.
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Originally Posted by RacinJason44
Never lick a hooker in the coin purse.
Originally Posted by nizzmister
Bike pulls real hard and smooth, kinda like Supra's mom, but without the regret
"i think i have about 30k miles on the oil in my bike. its noisy but still runs. one of these days it should blow up and then that will force me to either finish the turbo motor or build the race-spec motor i have on the bench now for it."
This is a good test engine for my oil mix- 2 quarts of Amsoil 10w-40 and the rest Rotella T 15w-40.
I found that the clutch and shifting for my cruiser are better, and the shifting for my 2008 ZZR600 is better, compared to either all Amsoil or all Maxima motorcycle oil.
Or you could just laugh and call me a retard and a moron <grin>.
"How sporty a bike is depends a lot on the loose nut behind the handlebars." "Seth Meyers calls motorcycles "the cigarettes of transportation" meaning you know they're bad for you, but damn, you look [and feel] cool....Sometimes I'll crave the creature comforts of a car, then I'll want the incredible performance/dollar ratio you get from a bike."