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Originally Posted by n1cK! View Post
i have a 2000. the service manual recommends either 10W/30 or 20W/40. due to the fact that i live in california, i am more likely to see ambient temps above 90 degrees rather than see them below 40 degrees. would the recommendation be to go with the 10W-40 or the 20W-50?
The new R-6's are recommending 10W-40.. They must have had to buy ntoo many engines on the 10W-30

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