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They say “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” and this is especially true when it comes to motorcycle maintenance and mechanical systems.

Your motorcycle is not “self-healing” and most motorcycle accidents that arise from damaged components are due to poor maintenance.

Crispy’s motorcycles can offer a full range of maintenance and diagnostic services to keep your motorcycle in top condition.

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OIL AND FILTER CHANGES

What you really need to know...


Changing your oil and filter by the recommended interval with an oil that matches your engine manufacturer's requirements is far more important  than whether you use a mineral oil, a full synthetic or something in between. 

If any of the following  applies   to you, change your oil more frequently than recommended by the manufacturer:

The motorcycle forms condensation where it's parked (meaning it also forms it inside the crankcase);

The motorcycle operates in a dusty environment (deserts, back roads);

The motorcycle operates in a high-humidity environment (85% or greater humidity);

The motorcycle operates in a high-temperature environment regularly (over 88°F / 32°C);

You tend to drive short trips (under 15 miles);
You tend to rev the engine a lot (riding close to redline);

You regularly get stuck in stop-and-go traffic or traffic jams or city driving in general (accelerates oil viscosity break down by up to 50%);

You drive irregularly (less than once every 4 days);

You should also change your oil immediately any time:

The motorcycle overheats or shows signs of overheating;

The oil gets contaminated with petrol.

SPECIAL NOTE FOR MC's WITH CARBS
 
Anytime a motorcycle with carbs gets layed over (whether a high-speed spill or just a carpark drop), some of the fuel from the carb's float bowls will run down into the engine.

Bikes with stuck carb floats can exhibit the same behavior. Gasoline robs motor oils of it's ability to lubricate and does not lubricate itself.

Thus, any time you have liquid gasoline run into the oil, change the oil ASAP!

Failure to do so is a good recipe for early engine failure and highly accelerated parts wear.