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Yamaha Yamalube 10W40 Engine Oil (1 Quart)

Yamaha Yamalube 10W40 Engine Oil (1 Quart)
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Model: LUB10W40
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Features
Features
  • Yamalube 4-Cycle Engine Oil - 10W40
  • Provides low friction, high performance & longer engine life
  • Precision-Blended For 4-Stroke Engines
  • Contains more performance additives than found in typical oils
  • Fights corrosion, varnish and wear
  • Recommended For Use In Yamaha Engines
  • Meets or exceeds all API certifications
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Frequency
60 Hertz
Overview
Weight
2 Pounds
Features
Features
  • Yamalube 4-Cycle Engine Oil - 10W40
  • Provides low friction, high performance & longer engine life
  • Precision-Blended For 4-Stroke Engines
  • Contains more performance additives than found in typical oils
  • Fights corrosion, varnish and wear
  • Recommended For Use In Yamaha Engines
  • Meets or exceeds all API certifications
Specifications
Product Specs
Frequency
60 Hertz
Overview
Weight
2 Pounds
Product Specs
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Specifications
Product Specs
Frequency
60 Hertz
Overview
Weight
2 Pounds
Reviews
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I have a customer running propane on a Yamaha genset. While burning propane the engine burns excessive oil, not a problem on gasoline. Any ideas?
Shane Bland 
from Florida 
June 24, 2014
Answer
The Yamaha portable generators are engineered and warranted to operate on gasoline only. The reason your customer is burning through oil is due to the excessive temperatures of the unit.

Gasoline burns at 485 degrees F whereas propane burns at 1008 degrees F which will cause excessive heat within the engine in turn burning off the engine oil.

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Hello, I just purchased a EF2000IS from your company. I just want to know what type of oil should I use if I had to buy the oil from the Home Depot or Costco?
Alzhan Tulegenov 
from California 
April 28, 2014
Answer
According to the owner's manual (Page 13) the following oil is recommended....

Recommended engine oil:
A. YAMALUBE 4 (10W-40) - SAE 10W-30 or 10W-40
B. SAE #30
C. SAE #20
D. SAE 10W
Recommended engine oil grade:
API Service SE type or higher
Engine oil quantity:
0.4L (0.42 US qt, 0.35 Imp qt)

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