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Bel-Ray EXS Synthetic Superbike Racing Motor Oil and Bel-Ray EXP Semi-Synthetic Motor Oil are both formulated to give excellent performance in wet clutches. If you look on the back of each label you will see the JASO MA logo and a unique registration code. Oil has to pass some strict wet-clutch performance tests in order to earn the JASO MA rating. Bel-Ray EXS and Bel-Ray EXP pass the test and we include the logo on the label to ensure you, the customer, that you are getting oil that will not cause your clutch to slip. So, as far as Bel-Ray synthetics making a clutch slip, consider that myth smashed! Our race teams use it in their high output race motors with excellent results. Use it in your bike to get the same awesome performance.

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We recommend you use Bel-Ray Thumper Gear Saver 80W-85 or Bel-Ray Gear Saver Transmission Oil 80W in the transmission of your KTP 250 EXC.
You can find this information on our website at www.belray.com under Powersports, Lubricant Advisor.  
Thank you for writing in. We recommend you use Bel-Ray Thumper Gear Saver 80W-85 or Bel-Ray Gear Saver Transmission Oil 80W in the transmission of your KTM 250 EXC.You can find this information on our website at www.belray.com under Powersports, Lubricant Advisor.

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The Bel-Ray Assembly Lube is around 40% moly and is the product we recommend for the spline assembly on rear final drives.  

Thanks for writing in. The Bel-Ray Assembly Lube is around 40% moly and is the product we recommend for the spline assembly on rear final drives.

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Before you use Bel-Ray Assembly Lube in the one-way clutch / bearing you need to understand that Bel-Ray Assembly Lube is not grease that contains oil. The Assembly Lube is about 40% molybdenum disulphide which is a solid lubricant.  The product your manual is referring to is high temperature extreme pressure grease.  The oil in the grease will provide the lubrication needed for that assembly.  Find out what the OEM uses then you can make a better determination about what alternate product to use in the clutch. I will be glade to assist you.

Thanks for writing in. Before you use Bel-Ray Assembly Lube in the one-way clutch / bearing you need to understand that Bel-Ray Assembly Lube is not grease that contains oil. The Assembly Lube is about 40% molybdenum disulphide which is a solid lubricant.  The product your manual is referring to is high temperature extreme pressure grease.  The oil in the grease will provide the lubrication needed for that assembly.  Find out what the OEM uses, then you can make a better determination about what alternate product to use in the clutch. I will be glade to assist you.

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Thanks for writing in. Yes, the Bel-Ray H1R Synthetic 2-Stroke Racing Oil meets both the JASO FD and the ISO L-EGD specifications.

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We recommend you use Bel-Ray High Performance Fork Oil 10W in the front forks of your Kawasaki KZ 1000.  Fork oil is formulated with anit-foam and anti-wear additives due to the high agitation conditions front forks experience.  Bel-Ray HVI Racing Suspension Lubricant is formulated for rear shocks that get very hot during use.  The HVI High Viscosity Index fluid maintains it’s viscosity over a wide temperature range.  You are correct in using fork oil in forks and shock oil in shocks.
Your forks will take 264 cm or 9 oz in each fork tube.
Check out our website at www.belray.com  try the Lubrication Advisor which shows the correct Bel-Ray lubricant for many motorcycles and ATVs

Thanks for writing in.  We recommend you use Bel-Ray High Performance Fork Oil 10W in the front forks of your Kawasaki KZ 1000.  Fork oil is formulated with anit-foam and anti-wear additives due to the high agitation conditions front forks experience.  Bel-Ray HVI Racing Suspension Lubricant is formulated for rear shocks that get very hot during use. The HVI High Viscosity Index fluid maintains it’s viscosity over a wide temperature range.  You are correct in using fork oil in forks and shock oil in shocks. Your forks will take 264 cm or 9 oz in each fork tube. Check out our website at www.belray.com try the Lubrication Advisor which shows the correct Bel-Ray lubricant for many motorcycles and ATVs.