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[CB-750] Re: Sticking valve? drchrisreplies Fri May 29 12:00:46 2009

That would be two Harleys, wouldn't it?

Chris


--- In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Martin Trew <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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> Gee, I really hope nothing goes wrong now.....
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> You do realize that putting V-Twin oil in an inline 4 will NOT make it sound 
> like a Harley right? ;-)
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> Martin 
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> --- On Thu, 5/28/09, Mike Dude <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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> From: Mike Dude <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Subject: Re: [CB-750] Re: Sticking valve?
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009, 11:39 PM
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> DUDE!
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> Mike Dude 
> 2003 Red NH 750,"My Precious"
> 84K and Going Strong!
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> --- On Thu, 5/28/09, drchrisreplies <drchrisreplies@ yahoo.com> wrote:
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> From: drchrisreplies <drchrisreplies@ yahoo.com>
> Subject: [CB-750] Re: Sticking valve?
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] com
> Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009, 8:34 PM
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> OK, I made the switch to syn today! Went with Mobil1 V Twin 20W-50 motorcycle 
> oil and a Purolator filter. I have just under 12K miles on an '02 NH.
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> If Martin AND Mike Dude say synthetic, that's good enough for me!
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> DrChris
> 02 NH 750
> Ride Safe, Ride Often
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> --- In [EMAIL PROTECTED] com, Martin Trew <trewm@> wrote:
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> > Personally I have no idea why people are reluctant to switch to syn. I've 
> > used synthetic in my bikes since 2001 with no problems and I have well over 
> > 100,000 miles on 4 bikes since then. Providing you pick an oil with no 
> > friction modifiers (most 10W40s and 20W50s have no friction modifers) you 
> > shouldn't see any issues. If you are that concerned then use a motorcycle 
> > specific synthetic.
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> > Martin 
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> > --- On Thu, 5/28/09, lobshot694@ .. <lobshot694@ ...> wrote:
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> > From: lobshot694@ .. <lobshot694@ ...>
> > Subject: [CB-750] Re: Sticking valve?
> > To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] com
> > Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009, 12:36 PM
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> > Why is there a reluctance to switch over to syn oil? I am a relatively new 
> > owner of a 92 NH with 34k on it and just assumed that 
> > I would do my first oil change with syn even though the previous owner said 
> > he used dino. 
> > Is the clutch the issue? 
> > Thanks
> > Tom
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> > --- In [EMAIL PROTECTED] com, Mike Dude <michaelaalvarez@ ...> wrote:
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> > > Hey Chad, It might be a good idea to do a syn oil and Pure1  filter 
> > > change every so often just to clean the engines internals without using 
> > > additives.
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> > > Mike Dude 
> > > 2003 Red NH 750,"My Precious"
> > > 84K and Going Strong!
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> > > --- On Thu, 5/28/09, chadmyers99 <chadmyers99@ ...> wrote:
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