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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The VIN (vehicle identification number) is located on the steering head portion of your bike's frame. Please see below:
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
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Yes, Honda recommends 10w-40 year round. For hot weather or for long trips 20w-50 is good. Use only JASO MA certified motorcycle oil . DO NOT use any oil that says ENERGY CONSERVING on the label. It will shorten transmission gear and wet clutch life. Both Amsoil and Mobil One make excellent full synthetic motorcycle oils. Your engine will run cooler and shift smoother. You should also consider synthetic hypoid gear oil in your rear end, it will also benefit from less friction and will run cooler .
Posted on May 08, 2010
there is some room for adjustment, i think about 10 oz but the springs could be progressive and use different amount of oil...Call a honda dealer have them explain the difference including the reason for different weighs of oil, to help you set your suspension correct fo an air ride shock
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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