Most motorcycle engine problems are either mechanical, fuel-related or due to neglect

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CALEDONIA, Ontario - eTradeWire -- "The last thing I want to deal with during my free time in the summer is engine problems. I want to be riding or getting my outdoor chores done, not diagnosing."  I'm quick to remember that most engine problems or failures that affect powersports equipment are either mechanical, fuel related or due to neglect.
Here are some of the most common problems that affect motorcycles, and strategies to prevent them.

Motorcycles: With motorcycles and motorcycle oils, heat is always an issue. In air-cooled bikes, motorcycle oil must provide adequate protection over a wide range of temperatures.
In motorcycles with a shared oil sump, the oil must lubricate not only the engine, but the clutch and transmission, too. It must protect gears while providing

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sufficient grip to keep the clutch from slipping. What can happen if the oil fails to perform? Imagine it's the middle of summer and the engine overheats.
The motorcycle will lose oil pressure and the engine will start to make enough noise to make most riders pull off the road and either push their bikes or call for help.
A poorly lubricated transmission can result in gear wear, hard shifting and difficulty finding neutral. AMSOIL Synthetic Motorcycle Oil keeps gears lubricated,
clutches working properly and provides heat protection when equipment is pushed to the limit. https://www.haldimandsyntheticoil.ca/amsoil-motorcycle-oil-guide/motorcycles/



Source: Haldimand Synthetic Oil
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