Is running Dura-Lube in ZA50 crankcase a good idea?

Or the equivalent to Dura Lube like Slick-50. will it hurt anything?

Re: Is running Dura-Lube in ZA50 crankcase a good idea?

Probably Fred /

Run 0-5w 20-30 synthetic auto motor oil unless you have aftermarket clutches,

Re: Is running Dura-Lube in ZA50 crankcase a good idea?

That's an oil additive right? Try it out if you want shouldn't hurt anything. I tried all kinds of different viscosities when I was tuning my za

Re: Is running Dura-Lube in ZA50 crankcase a good idea?

♣Slew Foot♣ /

Noooo

It will glaze your clutches bad. Marvel mystery oil 3 parts to 1 synthetic oil it will rip.

Re: Is running Dura-Lube in ZA50 crankcase a good idea?

Thanks for the comment and tip Slew Foot, didnt think about the glazing.

Re: Is running Dura-Lube in ZA50 crankcase a good idea?

> ♣Slew Foot♣ Wrote:

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> Noooo

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> It will glaze your clutches bad. Marvel mystery oil 3 parts to 1

> synthetic oil it will rip.

Is that what you are using in your tomos?

Re: Is running Dura-Lube in ZA50 crankcase a good idea?

I use a secret blend of Hellmanns real mayonnaise and the tears of a pregnant mermaid.

Re: Is running Dura-Lube in ZA50 crankcase a good idea?

♣Slew Foot♣ /

Peanut oil and sulfur...

I am running cvt trans fluid. That recipe is for blaster oil. Thought it was a MA legend with the Olympians sacrificing kids with kickscooters to the statue of the Batvian and he pissed blaster oil...

I thought it a 2t oil but its really great trans fluid. It will swell the seals gaskets and clutch pads of leather or rubber and it's so thin it grabs just right.

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