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PostPosted: Fri Sep 08, 2017 12:11 pm 
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What I calculated so far would be 2 options for me. Oil change takes 800ml. Fist option: I can go 100ml oil stabilizer 700ml of oil. Second option: 200ml of stabilizer 600ml of oil.
The first option would be for the heavier weight oils 30w/40w for as thick the oils is.
The second option would be for the lighter weight oil 20w.

1-: 100ml Lucas Oil Stabilizer and 700ml of Shell Rotella 10-30/40w Full Synthetic
2-: 200ml Lucas Oil Stabilizer and 600ml of Shell Rotella 10-20 Full Synthetic

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 08, 2017 12:30 pm 
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Yes! great pics Chief, and good job tooling your own scoot.
Go Chief go!


I wish my old disabled butt would get in gear. There are days I can get somethings done then have to take 2-3 days to recover smh.
I feel your pain, I flare with this stupid Fibromyalgia every few weeks. Good news is medical science has kept pace with MY inevitable geriatrics and 3 new treatments are inbound in the next few years if approved by the FDA ... SO CHIN UP CHIEF maybe something for you too.

Here was a discovery I made recently that people have found out themselves who have FM that made perfect sense to me. Vibration therapy helps numb the arthritis type pain o_O I immediately understood my addiction to riding everyday either on a bumpy PCX or a V-twin harley engine under my azz. I hadn't made the connection prior to hearing about vibration therapy treatments for Fibromyalgia. I wonder how the hell they do it? :lol:


For us "old" guys and girls.


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For us "old" guys and girls.


I need one of those shirts lol


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What I calculated so far would be 2 options for me. Oil change takes 800ml. Fist option: I can go 100ml oil stabilizer 700ml of oil. Second option: 200ml of stabilizer 600ml of oil.

Mine took less than 800, I've read where others' took less also. Remember the spec says to check oil level with the engine hot and stick NOT screwed in. Also, that 200/600 ratio seems high to me .... what's Lucas call for ?


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What I calculated so far would be 2 options for me. Oil change takes 800ml. Fist option: I can go 100ml oil stabilizer 700ml of oil. Second option: 200ml of stabilizer 600ml of oil.

Mine took less than 800, I've read where others' took less also. Remember the spec says to check oil level with the engine hot and stick NOT screwed in. Also, that 200/600 ratio seems high to me .... what's Lucas call for ?



For fast rotation parts in engines it helps to keep oil on parts. It is a little tacky but serves as a protectant when there is oil starvation or pick up issues.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yx1YYOHingE

I have used this in race V-8 engines that would turn high rpm ranges. It puts a layer on the bearing to prevent them from running dry. I have never had any issues with it. I built a 1967 Chevrolet 283ci motor and used a quart of the Lucas in it. When I was racing I missed a gear at 8'000rpm she pegged the tachometer to 10'000rpm but never blew the bottom end. I felt I was lucky. When I tore the motor down the bearing looked fine and no issues. I figured it would work well in these high winding little engines as well. I used it in my Chinese Tao Tao Powermax 150cc and never had an issue either.

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