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Lictor 600 – Modern 4T motorcycle engine oil

1L 114.000 VNĐ

Lictor 600 is a modern engine oil formulated from refined base oil with an advanced lubricating I-ON additive system combined with modern synthetic ester friction modification additives providing excellent acceleration, smoothness. High-speed operation is suitable for today’s most modern engines.


  • The latest active protection I-ON additive system incorporates a synthetic organic ester-based friction modifier additive system that minimizes friction for a powerful breakout acceleration, while at the same time helping to ensure the lubrication is maintained under high-speed operating conditions.
  • High thermal and oxidation stability helps the oil have a long service life, preventing the formation of deposits in the engine.
  • The high dispersion and cleaning properties help keep the engine, piston, and ring clean.


Mineral oils and additives.

Technical standards:

Oil meets the following requirements: SAE 10W-40, API SL, JASO MA2.

User manual:

  • Suitable for 4-Stage motorcycles with high requirements for acceleration, high-speed operation is recommended for API SL quality level of famous brands such as Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, SYM, KYMCO …
  • To ensure lubrication efficiency, an oil change should be done after 2000-3000 Km.

Preservation and Safety::

  • Stored under the roof, in a dry, cool, temperature below 60oC.
  • Avoid prolonged and frequent contact with the used oil.
  • To protect the environment, dispose of oil properly.


  • Bottle of 1 Liter.
  • Or package meets to customer’s requirements.

Technical Data:

Technical specifications Test methods Results
Density at 15oC (Kg/l) ASTM D 4052 0.84–0.88
Kinematic viscosity at 100oC (mm2/s) ASTM D 445 14-16
Viscosity Index (VI) ASTM D 2270 Min 130
Flash Point COC (oC) ASTM D 92 Min 200
Total base Number (mgKOH/g) ASTM D 2896 Min 8.5
Water content by vol/mass (%V) ASTM D 95 Max 0.05
Foaming at 93,5oC (ml) ASTM D 892 Max 10/0

(The above are typical figures obtained that are generally accepted in production but do not constitute specifications)