Seems it never rains in Mexico … PanAm SAE60 - the official oil of the El Diablo Run 2019 on Baja California, where temperatures above 30 degrees are standard and requirements for the engine lubricants are demanding. But thanks to global warming in Europe, too, the thermometers literally point far north in summer. For our old air-cooled machines this spells significantly more strain, which has to be considered when selecting your engine oil. PanAm60, developed by PanAm Oils in Ohio/USA, meets the increasing demands of vintage and classic bikes, today and in the future.
- SAE 60W
- usage: engine / transmission
- Specifications: API CF/ SG / ACEA E2-04
Primary Oil Fill Funnel
Low-Profile Oil Drain Pan and Containers
PanAm Oil Slide
PanAm Oil Pads
PanAm Tork Max
Also recommended when mounting high ape hangers or similar handlebars. A few drops of Tork Max applied on the connecting surfaces between handlebar and risers: more friction in the handlebar-riser connection means no more slipping handlebars under acceleration or braking.
PanAm Oil Shut-Off Valves
Installing a manually operated valve in the oil feed line from tank to oil pump can prevent this, but carries the risk of forgetting to open it. Resulting in major engine trouble. And we mean major.
This here nifty PanAm shut off valve is also installed in the feed line. With a little difference: once closed, the ignition is cut out too. No inadvertently starting the engine with this baby.
The tough polyamide housing has several mounting holes which offer all sorts of possibilities to secure it to the frame or other convenient hard points.
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