Which motor oil to use is usually a subject of much debate and discussion. Some people have very strong brand loyalty, some base their opinions on what worked for someone else in the past, and others just figure "oil is oil". Now that we are in the year there are some things you should know before choosing a motor oil. Federal regulations led to the creation of a new oil standard that is intended to improve fuel economy, lower emissions, and extend the life of catalytic converters. While these new standards may be good for your new passenger car, it is not good for your vintage motorcycle.
How to Select the Best Motorcycle Oil
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Classic Motorbike Engine Oils
Castrol's Classic Oils are produced to original viscosities, using low detergent formulations and contain optimum levels of anti-wear additive for maximum engine wear protection. The range covers Veteran, Vintage and Classic motor vehicles from the turn of the century to the mid 's. For the correct engine oil for your vehicle, simply follow the vehicle manufacturer's handbook recommendation for the correct Castrol Classic engine oil grade.
Keeping your engine oil topped up is crucial to keeping your engine performing. Your oil works hard, and over time can evaporate, drip away or lose its effectiveness. You should check your oil levels regularly and top it up when needed, it should also be changed regularly - as often as every year. If you need some help, supply a few details and our oil finder tool will select the right oil for your car.