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Mike Harper told me to use Valvoline Racing 30 some yeas ago. Never changed, never will.
Unfortunately, it says it is not meant for wet clutches. I may try it in my old Triumph anyway to see what happens.
Hey,I used Valvoline VR1 conventional oil in my T140 with an Aerco 7 plate conversion..On the VR1 bottle it says not for wet clutches..The clutch worked smooth, no slip or stuck plates. Stock friction plates might react different..
How 'bout a pic of that old Trumpet?
As long as you think there hasn't been any R&D or advancements in oil for the last 30 years, that could still be a valid suggestion.
Hello Folks, I was checking out the oil aisle at Walmart , like i usually do, and saw this CastrolGTX Classic next to the regular GTX both in 20-50. When reading further, it states its formulated special for flat tappet engines that need added zinc. Its labeled as "High Zinc and phosphorous" . According to the data sheet on their website it has 1400 ppm zinc... Hey thats cool! At $5 bucks a qt. I picked up six quarts, 3 for the ural, and 3 for my Eldorado. Its nice to see they are making products for our vintage iron. Rick...
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