As the title states. Seems like tons of people use this oil in their air cooled bikes, and many people with other Ducatis. Has anyone used it in their Scrambler yet?
I had a XV1200 Virago; a notoriously hot running engine. It would cook regular oils in less than 1500mi. I ran Rotella T6 in it for about 40k miles (this was before the MA ratings). The stuff is indestructible. I got caught in Gatlinburg once, bumper to bumper traffic, 95° temps. I crept along for 45 minutes before getting out of there. The bike was so hot I put my right foot on the end of the peg to stay away from the heat coming through my boot. The bike just put putted along, no problem.I never heard of Rotella T4 15W40 in motorcycles, the cold viscosity would scare me with a 15W tbh. It is JASO MA certified so go ahead.
Rotella T6 5W40 full synthetic is a very common oil used in motorcycles though, which is also JASO MA/MA2 certified.
So in both cases, safe to use with a wet clutch.
Rotella is safe for a wet clutch, JASO MA certified.One downside of using car specific oils is that they contain friction modifiers (whatever they are) that can cause a bike's wet clutch to slip, so it is always recommended to use a bike specific oil if your bike has a wet clutch. But if you have no troubles with the clutch slipping well why not?