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There are usually two methods to check the oil. One is a dipstick and the other is a sight-glass. You should have one or the other somewhere on the side of the engine crankcase. It should be fairly obvious and not require the removal of any body panels. If you can't find a dipstick in the side of the crankcase you will need to get down on your hands and knees and have a look for a sight-glass instead. This will be like a tiny window with a gauge against which you can check the level.

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I don't know about the Hyosung, but most motorcycles, motor oil is the tranny oil, same thing. To drain the tranny, you drain the engine. My bike has a dry clutch, so it doesn't have any gear oil. But my Harley was different, it had 90 weight in the gear box and also had a dripper on the chain that would drop motor oil on the chain every couple minutes. Most people never change the gear oil. Most cars go for life without changing it. If you had a shaft drive rear end, it would be full of gear oil, Check it out. Hope this helps.

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there usually is not a break in period anymore but when you get your first oil change refer to your owners manual. you did not say where you live but a 10w30 5w30 is recommended most. Always use a Multi viscosity oil like 10w30 the 10 is the viscosity at start up so your engine starts better. The 30 is the viscosity at operating temp. the w means that you can use it in winter. The API that you see on the oil can means American petroleum institute. SAE on the can means society of automotive engineers Viscosity means flow rate and you need to keep oil flowing at all times

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there usually is not a break in period anymore but when you get your first oil change refer to your owners manual. you did not say where you live but a 10w30 5w30 is recommended most. Always use a Multi viscosity oil like 10w30 the 10 is the viscosity at start up so your engine starts better. The 30 is the viscosity at operating temp. the w means that you can use it in winter. The API that you see on the oil can means American petroleum institute. SAE on the can means society of automotive engineers Viscosity means flow rate and you need to keep oil flowing at all times

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