no! use only motorcycle oil. automotive oil will not protect the clutch on a motorcycle and synthetic oils for cars are not designed to protect the clutch either.
Full synthetic motorcycle oils can and regularly do have additives to make them safe for use in vehicles with a "wet" or "oil bath" clutch. Standard synthetics tend to generate excessive slip in a wet clutch. To accurately answer the question. Yes you can run synthetic motorcycle oil in your car. However I would advise against doing the opposite.
a motorcycle grade (moly free for the clutch) 20w-50 JASO rated oil would be great dont use car oil. you could ruin your clutch
Use a motorcycle specific oil. Designed for a wet clutch. Go to a Honda dealership and purchase their GN-4 oil. 10-w40. Do NOT use car oil. It will ruin your clutch.
Car oil is not meant for the clutches in an ATV engine. You should get oil that is designed for motorcycle or ATV wet-clutch engines. It will say it right on the front of the bottle.
Any 4-stroke 10W-30 motorcycle oil can be used in clutch case.
A 2 stroke engine with a wet clutch should use 70weight oil. It is really called gear or manual transmission type oil as the gears are also using this oil. Yes you can use car oil in a 4 stoke bike with a wet clutch but try to find oil that has as little additives as possible.
Motorcycle Oil, it is advised to use 10w40 by suzuki. Brand would be your choice but make sure it's designed for motorcycles not car oil. Motorcycles have a wet clutch (Clutch rests in oil) cars do not.
10w40 motorcycle oil, because of the wet clutch.
quads and motorcycle use a wet clutch system so there isn't a separate oil for it penis , just uses the engines oil. Make sure your using a compatible motorcycle oil too
Use 10w40 4-stroke motorcycle oil. DO NOT use any type of automotive oil; motorcycle oil is needed because of the wet clutch.
Automotive oil is formulated as a engine crankcase oil and Motorcycle oil is formulated three jobs a crankcase oil, a transmission-gear oil, and a wet clutch oil.