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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke1990 View Post
    yes... in Amazon
    Those are inaccurate weights
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    Quote Originally Posted by MotoBlizzard View Post
    Those are inaccurate weights
    oh I see...

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    Hey guys just bought yamalube fully synthetic engine oil 10w40 grade for ₹405...
    Will get the bike serviced and oil changed after holi ...
    Has anyone used this cause it's quite cheap but still asc used for r15 and r3...!!!Name:  IMG_20180228_122406.jpg
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    Hey guys just bought yamalube fully synthetic engine oil 10w40 grade for ₹405...
    Will get the bike serviced and oil changed after holi ...
    Has anyone used this cause it's quite cheap but still asc used for r15 and r3...!!!
    The price allows one to drop it after using for 3000-4000 kms. If one uses for 4k kms, the cost would be approx 1 INR for every 10 kms. That's affordable!
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    Quote Originally Posted by adityagaur51 View Post
    Hey guys just bought yamalube fully synthetic engine oil 10w40 grade for ₹405...
    Will get the bike serviced and oil changed after holi ...
    Has anyone used this cause it's quite cheap but still asc used for r15 and r3...!!!
    Definitely not fully synthetic...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MotoBlizzard View Post
    Definitely not fully synthetic...
    It's sir... The semi synthetic one costs around 300 something and mineral one around 250ish...
    It's also written on the bottle... Also i bought this from Yamaha service centre...
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    Quote Originally Posted by adityagaur51 View Post
    It's sir... The semi synthetic one costs around 300 something and mineral one around 250ish...
    It's also written on the bottle... Also i bought this from Yamaha service centre...
    The term "Fully synthetic" is just a marketing gimmick. This so called FS Yamalube oil will contain Group 3, 2 or 1 Base oil as its Majority constituent with Group 4 base oil being significantly less. (In simple terms, this FS oil is no better than your SS or Mineral variants)

    100% pure synthetic oil is significantly expensive.
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    Hello all,

    I have some problem with my bike.
    My odo reading is 13k kms.
    There is some knocking sound coming from the engine at 2800 rpm in every gear under load.
    If we run it free in neutral there is not any sound.
    I have shown to mechanics at ASC but unable to find the real problem.

    If anyone has any solution to the problem, please help.
    Also, there are lot of vibrations coming from the footpegs, tank and handlebar after 4000 rpm.


    I was also thinking of changing the engine oil from mineral to Honda FS, Will that be effective for problem solution??


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    One more issue I am having with my bike is that if after riding we park our bike and get back to it after half an hour or so and start it, there is a jerk and misses from the engine, why is so??
    After riding for 10-15 minutes it gets right...
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    Quote Originally Posted by adityagaur51 View Post
    It's sir... The semi synthetic one costs around 300 something and mineral one around 250ish...
    It's also written on the bottle... Also i bought this from Yamaha service centre...
    Yes, it is Yamaha's in-house FS like Ecstar and Throttle. I remember reading somewhere oils that are ultra refined minerals, PAOs or esters can be called synthetics. Sometimes they will be a blend of these 3. Only Yamaha knows the secret formula. What is the drain interval for R15?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwanth.r View Post
    Yes, it is Yamaha's in-house FS like Ecstar and Throttle. I remember reading somewhere oils that are ultra refined minerals, PAOs or esters can be called synthetics. Sometimes they will be a blend of these 3. Only Yamaha knows the secret formula. What is the drain interval for R15?
    The drain interval for the same oil is at Yamaha recommended is 5000 kms... I asked in r3 thread
    .. but generally they drain at 3-4000 kms
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