2019 yz250f. Rotella T6 oil

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1/25/2019 11:27 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/25/2019 11:37 AM

I ran this oil and my sons 2018 kx250f with no issues Just wondering if it would be the same for the 2019 Yamaha yz 250f With no clutch issues

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1/25/2019 12:30 PM

I use it on all my bikes and generators, but there has been talk of a formula change lately. I have not seen any difference. I have used it for many years with great results.

Paw Paw

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1/25/2019 2:09 PM

Do a search on it, everyone who swore by it, has stopped using it.
Rekluse also stopped recommending it for use with their clutches. I would say no.

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1/25/2019 5:21 PM

Fix'in to be a ten pager.

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2018 KX450F
2005 KX250
2003 KDX 220
1984 KX 80
1982 RM 80
1980 RM 80
1977 XR 75
1969 Honda Mini 50

1/26/2019 8:48 AM

I've only and ever used T4. 1000s of hours on 125/250 2ts and 250/350/450/500 4ts and never had a single clutch or motor issue.

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1/29/2019 5:03 AM

Use T4, been using in KTMs since 08, with great success and no clutch or motor issues. Clutches don’t like synthetic

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1/29/2019 5:28 AM

I used it for the last 4 years but not sure if I got some with a formula change. Had some clutch problems. I switched to Maxima now to weed out the problem.

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1/29/2019 5:35 AM

Just switched to T4 in my 19 after breakin. Noticed no difference from using it in my previous bikes.

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1/29/2019 9:54 AM

I used t4 in my 2015 yz250f worked great no problems. Try using it in my KTM 2017 350 SXF and the shifting seemed really notchy and couldn't find neutral easy. Switched to Motul 5100 and shifting seems a lot better.

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2015 YZ250F

1/29/2019 11:12 AM

Hotwhls wrote:

I used t4 in my 2015 yz250f worked great no problems. Try using it in my KTM 2017 350 SXF and the shifting seemed really notchy and couldn't find neutral easy. Switched to Motul 5100 and shifting seems a lot better.

I noticed the same thing. Shifting wasn’t as smooth with rotella.

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