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Old 11-10-2012, 11:48 PM
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I leave the 20-50 in mine but they also live in a heated garage so start up is at more normal temps.
...... if you change to 'unheated', my story's the same....... & ride it all winter, when it's clear

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Old 11-11-2012, 12:16 AM
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I also ride all winter and its usually around 14 -25 * and like most I still run my 20/50 and Bike stays in garage when not on road
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Thanks for the input gentleman, but it is all moot for me now. My starter clutch just took a shit and I am not going to fix it right away since I am about to tare the bike apart anyways.

Yes, basic reason I was asking is for start up reasons. Until just yesterday, I was thinking that maybe the oil was just a tad too thick. My bike wasn't starting the same. Now I know why.

Again, thanks gentleman....
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that sux

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Yes and No. I have to put it on steroids so I am not that pissed. Shit Happens!!
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Old 11-11-2012, 10:23 AM
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...... if you change to 'unheated', my story's the same....... & ride it all winter, when it's clear

That RG looks great.
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