For Readers Questions: I decided that having an oil temp gage for a dip stick would be cool (ah-hum). I found one at the dollar store that was pretty easy to adapt to where the old dip stick went. My question is: the oil seems to run about mid-way between roast beef and turkey – is this normal?
Thanks ………… George
Thanks for the question, George. I can tell by your running temperature that you’re a sophisticated owner who only uses artisanal oils with no inorganic chemical additives. Any consistent running temp over turkey indicates cheap, mass produced oil with unnatural chemicals devoid of soul and emotion. Mass produced synthetic oils used by non soulful riders will let your bike run at the internal temps of a hot pocket.
Be sure that when you add the necessary .5 oz of beard oil supplement to the engine oil, you check the label to see that it is 100% natural and locally procured. This combination ensures lower engine running temperatures and you should be running right around beef wellington.
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