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#991447 - 07/05/17 11:17 AM Re: Bike abuse [Re: KeithK]  
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Originally Posted By: KeithK
Always use Blackstone for my airplane but have never done oil analysis on my bike.
Would be interesting I suppose.

Keith


It would have been on this change due to miles. I think we waste a lot of oil that still is good. We are paying for additive packages and how the base stock is derived. I just want to get my moneys worth and not just be a sheep and dump oil because that is what is being said. Again the Service light is driving this in part to get you to the dealer. It does not mean it is used up.


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#991566 - 07/06/17 06:06 AM Re: Bike abuse [Re: KeithK]  
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I did Top of the World last week (6/26) and there was more dirt than gravel, Taylor highway beyond Chicken was also more dirt than gravel. Good dirt, but it had rained the day before so it was wet dirt/dry mud. I passed 2 Harleys and a Burgman going the other way. That 13 mile section of beautiful pavement between the Taylor and the border is wonderful! TKC70's on a GSA.


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#991698 - 07/07/17 03:39 PM Re: Bike abuse [Re: WBinDE]  
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Yes that stretch of new pavement was great,then you cross into Canada & it's gone !

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