The only difference between 10w30 and 10w40 oil is their thickness at engine operating (hot) temperatures. They will flow at the same rate during a cold startup since the starting viscosity is “10” for both formulations.
Does dropping a motorcycle ruin it?
Lucky to get away with it. Dropping a bike on any hard surface will cause a lot of damage to it. The first thing that you should do if you drop your motorcycle is to turn off the ignition. A lot of motorcycles will suffer engine damage if left running while laying on their side.
How common is it to drop your motorcycle?
It is normal and expected to drop your first bike once. It is not normal to keep dropping it without an unusual circumstance, such as gravel, road slick, etc.
Do crash bars protect the motorcycle?
Motorcycle crash bars offer no protection for riders thrown from their bikes during a collision, but they can stop the bike from falling onto the rider. … The bars are designed to protect the engine, fuel tank, and can save the paint on your bike.
What to do after dropping a motorcycle?
Check for damage to the engine case, kickstand, foot pegs, forks, brake lever, brake pedal, and so on. Make sure nothing has come loose. The lighting should work and the motorcycle should run smoothly. If there’s any damage to the engine case, call for a tow.
How do you tell if motorcycle has been dropped?
Some signs to look for are:
- Wobbly Wheels.
- Bent or Gouged Front Forks.
- Bent or Crooked Handlebars.
- Dented or Scratched Gas Tank.
- Bent Frame.
- Large Crank Case Scratches.
- Broken or Cracked Plastic or Fiberglass Covers.
- Overall Strange Feeling While Riding the Motorcycle.