KTM recommends Motorex Top Speed 4T 15W50 oil 0.7 L
The engine oil capacity for a 2010 KTM 250 XCF-W is 0.75L. It is also stated that the best oil to use for the 2010 KTM 250 XCF-W is the 10W-40 bike oil.
Transmission oil Motorex, SAE 15W-50
depends what climate your running it at. 30:1
KTM recommends 1.35 L of Motorex Power Synt 4T 10W50.
KTM recommends .5L of Motorex Top Speed 4T15W50 for its ktm 85. It is important to use the current type and weight of oil as well as the correct amount to keep the engine running properly.
ktm recommend you use a 10w30 oil for the 2 stroke and you will need 0.75 litres make sure you get all the old oil out though otherwise you will overfill it and that can be as bad as under filling it ..
Common sense. Use the incorrect oil and you will damage the engine.
You can use any SAE certified engine oil in your Nissan. The engine oil should be a 10W-30 weight engine oil.
no it uses an Audi racing engine
Supreme (or the highest grade) gas and (automotive) synthetic 5w 30 oil if you can't get to a bike shop. It's best to use ktm oil though. And if you're referring to two stroke oil, you can use basically any two stroke oil concentrate but again is best to use ktm oil
You should use 327ci 300hp 1966 Corvette engine oil ;)
It is possible to use 4-stroke oil in a 2-stroke engine in an emergency situation. You should not use this oil in the long term as it will damage the engine.
That is what you should use. I recommend you use synthetic oil in this air cooled engine.
the ratio is 50:1 on my ktm 125sx, for every gallon of gas you have, you need to use 2.56 oz of oil. i use Amsoil, its expensive, but its the best synthetic two stroke racing oil there is. the gas should be light pink if you mixed it correctly. hope this helps
an oil that has a high zinc content
4 stoke engine oil
The 97 Escort should have 5-30 oil.
Any internal combustion engine will use oil.
For stroke engine bikes use the engine oil as gear oil. In case of a two stroke engine you can use regular 80 W / 90 gear oil.
Depends on what engine is in this car. Use the 5W-40W grade fully synthetic engine oil. For gasoline engine check that the oil is A3 spec. For diesel engine, it should be B3 spec.
If the engine is original, use standard oil. If the engine is new or has had a full rebuild, using synthetic oil will result in a longer life for the engine.