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The 0W20 works well in hot climate for stock engine.

We recommend the 10W30 when using nitrous.

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so the "less than 0w" is what you are suggesting for stock engine in cool climate.I see it refered to as 0w but it is called" less than 0w"when I went to order it.

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That is correct.
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During the summer around the D.C.,MD.,VA. area during the summer the avg. temp. would be 90-95 degrees. Is that too high of temp. to run the >>0 Alisyn oil for the track ?

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I run the less than zero with Petron additive in my 08 Busa on the street and track in Ohio with no problems.

If you don't feel comfortable with the <<0 the 0W20 works great in hot climates.

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Thanks again EJ!

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being as i'm in the same climate as you guys, would you say the 0w for a piped, pc'd 08?
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use the 0W20 with the petron additive

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beefcake,

use the 0W20 with the petron additive


would i order this from your site, or is it something i can pick up at the bike shop by my dealership?
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not sure if anyone else sells the Alisyn oil and Petron, you can order from our website or call at 937-912-0054 Mon. - Fri. 8:00am to 5:00pm EST
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I was wondering what yall thought of the torco 5w 30 oil full synthentic? sr-5? was that good oil to run?

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busa3573,

We have not tested the Torco. The Alisyn we use with Petron additive makes great power and works well with the clutch fibers.

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was wondering would the alyusium O weight oil be good for my setup 05 busa 30 dry shot brocks exhaust mrxo1 fuel an this hot geoigia heat or what oil would you recommend an how many quarts doing a lot of dragrace but i street ride to
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Quan,

we suggest the 0W20 in the heat.

 

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just wandering if the 0-20 is good for lap dashing in a hot climate.
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Yes, it would be fine.

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is anyone using quakerstate 10w30 or 10w40 conventional car oil for racing or on the street?..if so how often are you changing it out? is it just for break in or general use?
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I only use conventional oils for engine break in! Full synthetic after, Alyson or Motul.
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using quakerstate 10w30 or 10w40 conventional .

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For the break-in procedure of a k9 gsxr1000, can i use the factory installed engine oil for the first 15 miles?
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Yes, that would be fine.
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lucienb75,

Use the conventional oil that came in the bike for 500-1,000 miles to seat the rings, then use synthetic.

 

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I have an '02 1507 busa built by Quantum Motorsports and I was told to use 20W-50. Would the Quaker State work for me? If so, is this conventional or synthetic?
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we use klotz full synthetic motorcycle oil for years with zero problems
10w40 in the newer bikes during the summer 20w50 in the oil cooled engines and big hp newer ones. in as many years as i can remember we have had zero oil related problems.
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Has there been any updates to your advice on the Alisyn oil? I'm thinking about getting the <<0 or the 0W-20 because I live in GA.
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Originally posted by bin01123 bin01123 wrote:

Has there been any updates to your advice on the Alisyn oil? I'm thinking about getting the <<0 or the 0W-20 because I live in GA.

Why is there any need for a update as all is sweet.
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any ideas oil ideas for an 07 1k (196 on motor) 230 +with a 40 shot??? i was originally using rotella but Ive been hearing about using car synthetic oil which would be better..Thanks
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Thanks alot...is there any other brand that I can pick up right now with the same benefits??
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burlgoat53,

The closest I can recommend is Kawasaki 10w-40 full synthetic - it is some great stuff, especially for it's weight.

It's available at most Kawasaki dealerships.

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Thanks..I know a few guys run mobil 1 auto synthetic in their bikes.. would that be another alternative
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burlgoat53,

No. That's why this thread was originally started - please read my first post about why.

Don't get me wrong... YOU CAN run it... but problems will occur, as stated above.

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