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My suzuki volusia vl 800 was ran with no oil I think I threw a rod and need to remove the cylinder heads to have them rebored but I need a manual to do so. Where can I find this manual

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Here is a link to a web site that has an online parts list and you can actually order anything you need from these people. Their web site is really cool so I think they might be able to help you.
Suzuki VL 800
Just click on the link and it will take you to the site.
Best of luck on your repairs and let me know if you need any further assistance.
Regards,
RSelvy

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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My 2001 volusioa intruder got hot on the bottom end, left side, and the shifter got really tight and hard to shift?I was told it could be low on oil and am not sure how to check it?


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The motorcycle is powered by a 805-cc, or 49.12-cubic-inch, two-cylinder, four-stroke engine. The engine's bore and stroke measure 83.0 and 74.4 millimeters, or 3.3 and 2.9 inches, respectively. The compression ratio is 9.4-to-1. The engine is liquid-cooled. Like most other bikes in its class, the 2004 Suzuki Volusia 800 features a five speed transmission,

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What is the engine oil capacity and type of oil for a 2003 suzuki volusia vl800?


Hi, the oil for a vl 800 intruder 2001-2004 is
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What are the oil change intervals on a 2004 Suzuki Volusia 800?


After the first 11,000 miles Suzuki recommends changing the oil every 4,000 miles or every six (6) months.

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Amount of oil


The Engine oil capacity on the VL 800 is:

3.2 U.S. Quarts (3000 ml) without a filter change

3.6 U.S. Quarts (3400 ml) with a filter change.

While Suzuki does not expressly recommend a filter change with every oil change, I change the filter anyway. I don't like the idea of leaving nearly a half quart of old, dirty oil in my machine.

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2001 VL 800 Volusia: What type oil and filter to use...


I have a complete How To change oil with pics here:

http://www.ednelson.us/blog/?p=768

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Won't crank, brand new battery.


Yes you probably need carb cleaning also its a good measure to drain the oil because if gas over time it does happen that gas will seep past the carb or carbs and into the cylinders and into the crankcase mixing with the oil.

May 05, 2010 | 2003 Suzuki VL 800 Volusia

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probably only need 1/2 to 3/4 litre,when you are filling the final drive through the large bolt hole,that is also the level guide,when the oil starts to dribble out the hole,the drive is full.

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Remove the rear wheel Suzuki Vl800 2004


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