A Honda Rebel or CMX 250 motorcycle can use a petroleum-based or synthetic motor oil that is additive-free, such as lighter-weight 10W40. Grades of motor oil are based on the oil's viscosity and whether it has been tested for cold-weather use.Know More
When a "W" is included in a motor oil's rating, it indicates that the viscosity of the oil has been tested for cold weather. Motor oil ratings that do not feature the "W" have only been tested at an engine's average operating temperature. The temperature falls at 100 degrees on the Centigrade scale or 210 degrees Fahrenheit. An oil with a lower viscosity rating means less wear-and-tear on a motorcycle's engine over time.
The oil should be changed for the Honda Rebel 250 every 4,000 miles. An oil change should include replacing the spark plugs and air filter and inspecting and adjusting the valve.Learn more about Vehicles
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Motor oil is used to lubricate the moving parts of an engine to minimize wear and protect against rust and corrosion. As of 2015, motor oils and synthetic motor oils also contain detergent additives that prevent sludge buildup and dirt deposits in the engine.Full Answer >
Yamalube 4, 10W-30, is recommended for a Yamaha PW80. Yamalube is the Yamaha brand of oil, and the total oil capacity is 0.75 liters on the Yamaha PW80.Full Answer >
For weather temperatures between 10 and 100 degrees Fahrenheit, SAE 10W30 motor oil is recommended for Yamaha V-Star 650 motorcycles. For temperatures between 40 and 120 degrees Fahrenheit, the owner's manual recommends SAE 20W40 motor oil. Change the oil after the first 600 miles or one month of operation and then every 4,000 miles or six months thereafter, and replace oil filter elements every year after the initial oil change.Full Answer >