Motobike V-Twin SAE 20W-50 Mineral
RAVENOL Motobike V-Twin SAE 20W-50 Mineral is a high grade, mineral 3-in-1 lubricant for engine, drive and crankshaft that was specially designed for cruiser and chopper motorcycles. Thanks to its special components and specifically attuned, innovative additives, it is excellently suited for the demanding engines, drives and crankshafts of cruise and chopper motorcycles.
RAVENOL Motobike V-Twin SAE 20W-50 Mineral reduces the friction and reliably protects the valves and the crankshaft against metal-to-metal contact. The consistent viscosity reduces load peaks at high temperatures.
RAVENOL Motobike V-Twin SAE 20W-50 Mineral demonstrates excellent stability and durability against thermal loads under extremely high temperatures that can occur in air-cooled V-twin engines.
RAVENOL Motobike V-Twin SAE 20W-50 Mineral is suitable as an engine oil for all V-twin chopper und cruiser motorcycles if the specification SAE 20W-50 is required.
Practice and tested in aggregates with filling
BMW Cruiser Motorcycles, Harley Davidson 62600005, 62600031, Honda 08C35-A251M01, 08C35-A251L01, Indian Motorcycles, Victory Motorcycles, Yamalube LUB20W50AP04, LUB20W50AP12, Triumph Motorcycles, Moto Guzzi Motorcycles, Suzuki V-Twin Motor Oil
RAVENOL Motobike V-Twin SAE 20W-50 Mineral offers:
- a very stable and outstanding viscosity behaviour
- reduced friction
- outstanding viscosity temperature characteristics
- a reliable lubrication film at extremely high operating temperatures
- very good protection against wear and corrosion
- protection against foaming
- excellent deterging and dispersing properties
|Density at 20°C||kg/m³||878||EN ISO 12185|
|Viskosität bei –15°C||mPa*s||6459||ASTM D5293|
|Viscosity at 40°C||mm²/s||173,4||DIN 51 562|
|Viscosity at 100°C||mm²/s||20,4||DIN 51 562|
|Viscosity index VI||137||DIN ISO 2909|
|Flash point (COC)||°C||236||DIN ISO 2592|
|Pourpoint||°C||-33||DIN ISO 3016|
|TBN||mg KOH/g||8,7||DIN ISO 3771|
All indicated data are approximate values and are subject to the commercial fluctuations.