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The manual says 10w-60 or alternative 20w-50 fully synthetic. Can I just go with 20w-50 or stick to 10w-60?

Has anyone heard of Xado Atomic Oil? They are made in Holland but the company is from Ukraine. They have a 10w-60.

For 20-w50 and 15w-50 I've got Motul 300v as options.

From where I am it gets really hot I mean equator hot. Like lowest 15 Deg cel to 45 Deg but I ain't going to ride when it's that hot anyway. But for all purposes it's hot compared to anywhere else.






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This subject has been covered ad-infinitum in many many threads.
The short answer is, if the temperature where you live allows the use of 20w50 synthetic, then use it.
The range/viscosity spec is listed in the owners manual and in the service manual and in the engine manual.
 

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FWIW, I run AMSOil 20w50 motorcycle oil in my 312R and 1090RR and EVO 3 750s.....
 

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Have run AMSOIL 20W50 in two different Brutale 910Rs for over 30,000 miles in temperatures up to and 0ver 100 degreses fahrenheit with no issues.
 
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