Different types of motorcycles require different engine oils.
Know the difference between motorcycle engine oils meant for scooters and manual motorcycles:
For manual motorcycles, motorcycle oils serve a dual function: lubricating the engine parts along with other components as well as the transmission system. However, motorcycle oils should not be used to lubricate the transmission systems in scooters.
Gear oil or transmission fluid
Transmission fluids are only used in scooters as a lubricant to keep transmission systems performing well.
What the engine oil certification means
You can also identify automatic and manual motorcycle engine oil by looking at the code of the Japanese Automotive Standards Organization (JASO). Usually, you can find this code on the oil label.
Motorcycle engine oils marked with the JASO MB certification are suitable for scooters or scooters, while those with the JASO MA certification work best with manual motorcycles.
The importance of choosing the right motorcycle engine oil
Choosing the most suitable scooter engine oil for your motorcycle is very important. If the oil in your motorcycle is not at its best, it would not be able to lubricate the engines. Therefore, it is necessary to decide on the right engine oil and change it regularly.
Your engine oil plays an important role in maintaining the performance of your motorcycle, including its durability. So choose one that offers the highest level of performance and protection.
Mobil Super Moto™ Scooter 10W-40
Mobil Super Moto™ Scooter 10W-40 is formulated to provide better protection with synthetic technology for four-stroke scooters.
Mobil Super Moto™ Scooter 10W-30
Mobil Super Moto™ Scooter 10W-30 is a high-performance four-stroke scooter engine oil intended primarily for general use in all types of driving.