How much oil goes in the front forks and what grade of oil on a linmax 150xr 2005 please. ive been told it is a copy of the honda crf 150f. also where can i find the technical data for this bike thank you very much
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The fork oil does not have anything to do with the kind of engine do you have, 2t or 4t. Doesn't matter.
You need to replace the fork oil, you need to know the year of the fork. means, you need to know if it's a bladder or non bladder fork.
oil height of the bladder fork is approx. 70mm, non bladder forks run about 100mm oil level.
oil amount is about 530-600cc per leg
i used to ride motor cross and i had a bike shop i indiana honda shop has fork oil . i dont know how many cc to use the honda shop should tell you but i will look on line for it and email you back my e mail is email@example.com
Remove the spring caps but leave the springs in. Compress the front suspension fully. Find a rod or wood dowel that will slide easily down the middle of the spring. Mark it 6 - 7 inches from the end. Insert the rod/dowel to the mark. The bottom of the stick is the proper level of fluid, in most cases. Please buy a service manual!
there is the inside fork damper that should contains around 195-200 ml but you d'ont have to open it when you only service fork seals.....but to be honest you better do it cause it is the hydraulic of you're forks and you wanna have clean oil passing tru the valving......the outside contains normally 371ml ....if this helps leave good feed back!
Hi ...... Any preload and/or damping will be adjustable from the top of the forks (even upside down forks). Anti-clockwise to reduce, clockwise to increase. You may find that a previous owner has increased the 'weight' of fork oil as a cheap/easy alternative to adjustment or aftermarket linear or progressive springs.