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There is lots of user feedback about V on the main Ducati forum in case you want to take a peep. One can see immediately that – – Viscosity is thin at the higher temp outside of what the N20 is speced for – TBN is low so forget about it doing 8k without shearing Being that the N20 is turbo charged First change was at 1k, and second change at 3. Send a private message to yamahaSHO. Thread starter Seraphblade Start date Dec 29, You know, the casual 3rd gear pull every now and then.

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Motul V Motorsport Line: race tech tested on-road

Motul v for engine oil?? I have compiled some specs The Nissan Gods aren’t going to sneak a little note under your doorstep telling you its fine to use this fluid. Find More Posts by S1ckWrx. TNB is higher but no where close to oils that meets LL01 specs. For road cars it is better to look for an oil that covers as much as possible all the temperature ranges.

I’ve been using Motul V in my Royal Enfield for a few years now and can vouch for the positive impact it has had in terms of slicker gear shifts and lesser morul vibes. Subaru full forged 2.


And since I only change my oil twice a year, price is no big deal to me. The rest is all marketing fluff, and in some cases like Shell’s Helix offering there are genuine additives like detergents to motup the engine internals nice and sparkling.

When It Comes to Performance, Motul Advises That What’s Inside Matters

I know it’s pricey, but I don’t plan on sacrificing the longevity of my motor by going the cheap route on something as important as engine oil. BB code is On.

Send a private message to S1ckWrx. Would it be a case of overkill? You know, the casual 3rd gear pull every now and then. The first one is the viscosity when cold and the second is the viscosity when hot. Eight motyl of viscosity dialy available: Personally – amongst all of the oil I drained and played around with – Used Shell helix has a stench that is quite distinct German castrol 20motul v 25 Mobil one 15 Then will HV questions on ester etc So in this case I can only use Motul ?

Last edited by a moderator: Motul’s data spec sheet on their website states that ‘other uses’ for V are “Street bikes fitted with catalytic convertors” Link: With UOA’s, you could probably do 10k miles on it.

They will be able to answer this question. What’s new New posts New profile posts Latest activity. Is Motul v 15w50 Competition OK for daily use?


I’ve never owned a nice enough bike that oil really mattered, but I wanted to see if any of you have opinions or past experience using V as opposed to After the V fill, I drove faily 20 minutes or so, then hit it from 1st to 2nd.

There is lots of user feedback about V on the main Ducati forum in case you want to take a peep. I do think it is great stuff i just hear soo many random things about it.

Is Motul 300v 15w50 Competition OK for daily use?

Just over 3, km in, the lubricant continues to serve the CC well, and while it is clearly no racing car to begin with, it does feel a sprightlier machine! Red line 5w has most of the spec of LL01FE: At least not for our daily drivers, surely? We’re here to help give you our opinions and experiences and hopefully that helps.

Opinions and facts are both welcome! Gearbox and rear diff oil.