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I have a Rincon 680 and a Suzuki LTR 450 (recently bought), can someone please help me and let me know if I can use ROTELLA for both, so I don’t have to spend money on two different oils..

My boyfriend thinks it shouldn’t hurt anything and I could use 15-30 for both but I just want clarification or what anyone else uses..
 

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I only use Honda oil and the oil must be rated for wet clutches. I think it's SJ or JS rating.

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I have a Rincon 680 and a Suzuki LTR 450 (recently bought), can someone please help me and let me know if I can use ROTELLA for both, so I don’t have to spend money on two different oils..

My boyfriend thinks it shouldn’t hurt anything and I could use 15-30 for both but I just want clarification or what anyone else uses..
This is what it says in the service manual for the Honda


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The oil for the Rincon must be JASO rated for the wet clutches. I use 10W40 in mine. I have used Valvoline but using Amsoil now.
The Suzuki, no idea what it takes.
Look online for a manual for the Suzuki.
 

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Rotella Diesel Synthetic like their T6 oil is Jaso MA approved, and is good for wet clutches.. You can use it, if you use the proper Viscosity.
 
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