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Oil change When do I need to change my bike’s oil?

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Over time and with prolonged use the integrity of the oil breaks down. Varies forces at work within the engine actually tear away at the very molecules of the oil so the old oil must be periodically replaced every 2-3 thousand kilometres.,

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How many litres of oil does a 2007 Yamaha Roadliner take?? Thanks Guy


The manual says that the bike holds 5.18 US quarts WITH a filter change. I change the filter with every oil change. If you don't intend to remove the filter, make sure you know your fluid capacities.

The instruction calls for putting in half the oil - 2.6 quarts - into the bike (make sure you replace the filler cap!), starting the bike and giving it a few revs to circulate the oil. Shut off the bike and add the rest of the oil.

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Keep oil off of bike while changing oil filter


On most sport bikes, well any bike, the oil filter is always right over parts of the bike that you don't want or need oil all over. I found that the box your oil filter comes in act as great to keep this from happening, open the box up so it's flat tear off the side flaps fold it in half long ways the put it under the oil filter so the oil runs down it and into your pan. always check that your o ring comes out with the old filter and double gasket will leck. oil the oil gasket to help keep it from sticking when you remove it the next change.
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What type of motor oil does a 2001 Kawasaki 1500 classic use. and how much does it take to change it


you can use 10w30 or 20w50 motor oil. in any bike I`ve owned from a 72 Honda 350 to a 88 Goldwing 1500 and serviced bikes into 2004 I`ve used 20w50 Castrol motor oil without any problems at all. the amount your bike will need is marked on the case where you put the oil in. I think its about 2-2.5 quarts with an oil filter change.

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Oil is at the "add oil mark" on my ultra classic do I need to add oil before I get it to operating temp to change the oil?


Not if you are changing the oil, just do the change, then check your oil when the engine is fully warmed up and the bike is level.

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I have new pulsar 150 which run 2500 km's . I


Oil change intervals for motorcycles depend a great deal on your riding conditions and riding style. For lower-revving street bikes, I often change my oil about every 2000 miles (~3200 km). However, someone with a sport bike who regularly revs their engine closer to the redline, I would suggest a more frequent change interval. Off-road / dirt bikes should have their oil changed sooner because of the dusty conditions. The oil is still full of lubricants, but it is contaminated with dust and dirt that clogs the filter and eventually goes right into the engine, increasing wear. I can't offer much guidance for dirt bike oil change intervals.

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2010 triumph thunderbird. Do i check oil level with bike level or leaned over on kickstand. I bought this bike used and no owners manual came with bike. Where can i get one?


You should check the oil level on a level ground and it should be standing. If your triumph motor has a center stand, better use that then check the oil level. If you change oil, you also need to change the oil filter. For the manual, go to http://www.triumphmotorcycles.com/

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I need to change the oil but i dont know what type to use


Any oil that is JASO MA certified motorcycle oil. 10w-40 for cold climate. 20w-50 for warm climate/touring. Do not use any oil that says Energy Conserving on the label . It will shorten the life of your wet clutch and transmission gears. Synthetic oils will help your bike run cooler and shift easier.

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Front fork leaking oil from bottom of the seal.


change the oil seals and oil in the fork,and avoid wheelies on the bike and off road biking 

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Use 10w40 in the gearbox. Get the oil from your Yamaha dealer along with any filter your bike may need. Some bikes use an oil change as the "filter". To drain oil, get the engine warmed up and turn it off. Put a pan under the gearbox and remove the oil drain plug. Replace the oil plug when the flow becomes a slow drip. Change oil in late spring, the middle of summer and in early fall. Remember to lube the chain and adjust it when needed. Lubricate the cables with liquid graphite. Lastly, install a stock spark plug. Now go for a ride.

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Mar 23, 2009 | 2003 Yamaha YZ 250 F

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Chang oil and care of filter of oil


Hi,

How to change Oil>>
Step 1.
Put the bike and your tools in a convenient place. Raise the bike onto its kickstand in a clear area that can get a little dirty. Gather your new oil, tools, rags and drain pan in one place so you don't have to run to get a tool in the middle of the oil change. 
Step 2.
Find the drain plug and filler cap. Before you begin to work, make sure the engine is not hot, though it should be slightly warm. Remove the filler cap so that the oil settles to the bottom of the can and can be properly drained. 
Step 3.
Place your drain pan underneath the bike's drain plug. You can use a flat piece of metal, or even a piece of cardboard, to channel the oil into the drain pan. 
Step 4.
Use a socket wrench to open the drain plug. Open the plug slowly so any built-up pressure can diffuse. Keep an eye on the oil's flow so you can catch as much of it as possible with the drain pan. 
Step 5.
Change the oil filter. While this is not strictly necessary, it's a good idea to take the time to change the bike's oil filter. Locate the oil filter using the motorcycle's manual and replace it with a new one.
Step 6.
Replace the drain plug and refill the oil. Make sure the drain plug is securely fastened and then pour fresh oil into the tank, using the amount of oil that is specified by the bike's manual.

>>After 5000 kms you need to change the filter. Oil brand is a matter of preference as oil and filter is really a cheap price to pay so that your engine will last and last.

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