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Hey Guys,
Is Red Line 20/60 to thick to run in an 03 King ( 95" , jagg oil cooler) or a 03 883 Hugger ? I live in the East Bay Area of N. CA. What do ya think?
 

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Sprockets said:
Hey Guys,
Is Red Line 20/60 to thick to run in an 03 King ( 95" , jagg oil cooler) or a 03 883 Hugger ? I live in the East Bay Area of N. CA. What do ya think?
Should be perfect, 20 when its cold 60 when its hot.
 

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Sprockets said:
Hey Guys,
Is Red Line 20/60 to thick to run in an 03 King ( 95" , jagg oil cooler) or a 03 883 Hugger ? I live in the East Bay Area of N. CA. What do ya think?
What is the outside temperture that you ride the bike in most of the time? How hot does your oil get when riding in the higher temps?
 

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I run the Red Line 20-50. I called them and asked what they recommended because I was also wondering about the 20-60. They said the 20-50 was fine and the 20-60 was recommended for older high mileage motors or older designs with larger tolerances in the motor.
 

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LavaKing said:
I run the Red Line 20-50. I called them and asked what they recommended because I was also wondering about the 20-60. They said the 20-50 was fine and the 20-60 was recommended for older high mileage motors or older designs with larger tolerances in the motor.
I would agree.
 

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04GLIDE said:
You should be fine running that around the bay area.
I guess Redline doesn't know what they are talking about when it comes to their own products. :hystria:
 
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