This is my first Ducati so I don’t want to burn it up with weird oil. Therefore the higher the second value , the better lubrication at higher temperatures. I don’t beat on it, but I do love sitting at 4k for a second or two, and then putting my foot down. Cheers Bob Top man!! My EGT was probably deg lower than usual as well. The Motul V Power 5W40 claims to compensate for medium engine oil dilution by unburned fuel and maintain a stable oil pressure.
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Mocal and Setrab oil coolers. I don’t do a lot of highway driving, and most of my driving is on twisty roads, and I have some fun with the car.
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Marginally less throttle input is required in most situations, making the car a bit easier to drive on the whole, and cold starts are accomplished just as easily. Xaily just want to know, is it safe to use? We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.
There is lots of user feedback about V on the main Ducati forum in case you want to take a peep.
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View attachment So how do I read this? Advertiser Directory Classifieds Fabricators’ Market. Just thought i would get some feedback Hopefully. Seraphblade Well-Known Member Dec 29, Doesn’t matter what product it is, there’s daly going to be some twit s out there who are going to make a comment or opinion that may not agree with your frame of thought.
Never had any smoke or oil consumption, it was great.
If wacking car hard maybe motul v. The difference between the V and Mobil 1 is night and day. You are going to have to make that decision on your own. My EGT was probably deg lower than usual as well.
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Racing oil tend to have the the second value very low in these last years to dimish the friction of the moving components crankshaft, etc with the oil.
The first one is the viscosity when cold and the second is the viscosity when hot. Therefore the higher the second valuethe better lubrication at higher temperatures.
First change was at 1k, and second change at 3. I am just paranoid and need proof. At least not for our daily drivers, surely?
We used ester based oils for turbine lubrication due to the extremely low shear rate and longevity. I don’t beat on it, dauly I do love sitting at 4k for a second or two, and then putting my foot down.
Oh and by the way, that comment makes absolutely no sense to me, but maybe someone else can elaborate on how running a race oil will lead to higher temps just because you’re not beating on it.
Motul v for Daily Use So I have recently changed my oil for the second time, both times using Motul v 5w Motul v for Daily Use i run the 5w30 and change it every 3k This is my first Ducati so I don’t want to burn it up with weird oil.
The time now is For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome. However race engines are rebuilt often f course depending on the budget.
Why not just switch to Rotella? It looks like they recommend a shorter oil change interval. BB code is On. I just wanted to see how good it performed. Therefore a good would be ideal for both low temperatures and performing engines under termal stresses. Last edited by a moderator: