Join Date: Aug 2015
Location: Pittsfield, NH, USA
Those should be perfectly fine. Many people make a big deal over being picky about silly things.
Synthetic oils are better than natural. If you have a wet clutch, you need an oil that is designed for that, which your link seems to be. With a dry clutch, even that doesn't matter.
I've been putting into my Ducati whatever synthetic is easiest to get at any given moment, and changing it every 5K to 6K miles. I use the recommended 20W/50 for most of the riding season, but sometimes switch to 10W/40 for the colder months, when it's usually below 40F out. That seems to have worked fine for the last 260K miles, so I'm calling that good.
1993 Ducati Monster M900, bought new, 265K miles, killed by minivan 30Oct17. 1995 M900, was ex-wife's bike, now mine again.