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Putoline DX4 10W40 Semi-Synth Motorcycle Oil 4 litres £24.15 at Sportsbikeshop
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Putoline DX4 10W40 Semi-Synth Motorcycle Oil 4 litres £24.15 at Sportsbikeshop

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Posted 19th Mar

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A decent semi-synth 4-stroke motorcycle (and scooter) oil. Already at a very good price before adding the code to get another 10% off. Order 2 and get free delivery bringing it down to just over £5 per litre - fantastic!
It is mixed in a 50/50 ratio with a mineral base, not as some oils that are marketed as semi synthetic and hardly contain any synthetic oil at all!

Super DX4 10W-40 is a 4-stroke motorcycle engine oil. The product's special formulation meets the ever increasing requirements of modern 4-stroke engines. The unique, semi-synthetic formula exceeds the requirements of leading manufacturers and under normal operating conditions provides full protection for your engine.
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No point in buying this for a scooter - they don't have a clutch so no benefit in a specific motorcycle oil that's intended for wet clutch gear boxes. Any 10/40 from eurocarparts will do the job.
£20.20 I got it for £9 oil filled
== £29.60 free delivery..
Semi synth? Is it made by Rutger Hauer?!
TheWorthinger19/03/2020 09:01

No point in buying this for a scooter - they don't have a clutch so no …No point in buying this for a scooter - they don't have a clutch so no benefit in a specific motorcycle oil that's intended for wet clutch gear boxes. Any 10/40 from eurocarparts will do the job.



They do have a clutch its just not a wet clutch.
eraldo24/03/2020 12:36

They do have a clutch its just not a wet clutch.


<facepalm>
eraldo24/03/2020 12:44

Yes indeed, learn how a scooter works next time.[Image]


OK.

You pour lots of oil on the clutch of a CVT.

Have fun with that.

<facepalm>
TheWorthinger24/03/2020 13:20

OK. You pour lots of oil on the clutch of a CVT. Have fun with that. …OK. You pour lots of oil on the clutch of a CVT. Have fun with that. <facepalm>



Wtf are you even talking about! you are just making yourself look stupid. Quit while you're ahead.
eraldo24/03/2020 13:34

Wtf are you even talking about! you are just making yourself look stupid. …Wtf are you even talking about! you are just making yourself look stupid. Quit while you're ahead.



You are a complete handbag.

<facepalm>
TheWorthinger24/03/2020 13:37

You are a complete handbag.<facepalm>



I like how you are so dense you cant even explain anything i think you have realised how thick you have been and now just avoiding the whole thing and resorting to lame insults.

Scooters have a clutch and as i pointed out right away its a dry clutch so although you are correct about not needing motorcycle oil you are wrong in saying that they dont have a clutch they do and as i just showed you its a dry clutch!!!. I dont see any other way of explaining it to someone that obviously doesnt have a clue what they are talking about.
eraldo24/03/2020 13:45

I like how you are so dense you cant even explain anything i think you …I like how you are so dense you cant even explain anything i think you have realised how thick you have been and now just avoiding the whole thing and resorting to lame insults.Scooters have a clutch and as i pointed out right away its a dry clutch so although you are correct about not needing motorcycle oil you are wrong in saying that they dont have a clutch they do and as i just showed you its a dry clutch!!!. I dont see any other way of explaining it to someone that obviously doesnt have a clue what they are talking about.


Welcome to the Dunning-Kruger effect at work.

Making my day.
To be fair it's pretty obvious in the context of his post that he was referring to a wet clutch as opposed to a CVT or dry centrifugal clutch etc. Because he was talking about oil, and it's ability to make the wet clutch slip.

There's no point in nit picking over something that both of you obviously understand.
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