Fork and shock oils

Just my quick notes on the fork and shock oils I have been using

BrandWeightCStr @ 40 deg CCStr @ 100 deg CType
Shell Advance Ultra 2.5Wt
2.5Wt8.63.6Fully synthetic
Silkolene PRO RSF 2.5Wt
2.5Wt13.85.8Semi-synthetic
Rockshox 3Wt Shock Oil (Maxima Racing Shock Fluid - Light)3Wt13.95.2Petroleum
Motorex SD-1
2.5Wt14.83.5
Mineral
Motorex Racing Fork Oil 2.5Wt
2.5Wt15.24.4Mineral
Rockshox 5Wt Fork Oil (Maxima Racing Fork Oil 5Wt)
5Wt15.93.5Petroleum
Shell Advance Fork 5Wt
5Wt215Semi-synthetic
Silkolene PRO RSF 5Wt
5Wt26.79.5Semi-synthetic

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