Question about 1980 Yamaha XJ 650
Engine oil capacity of a 1980 xj650 Yamaha
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the oil filter should be inside the round finned cover at the front of the motor/trans. if you have found the drain plug also at the front but underneath, the filter is above it.... oil capacity should be molded into the crankcase next to the oil filler cap
use stadium yamaha website for exploded views on all parts of your bike
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
there is not much difference between those 2 engines. they are the same cc and both are in-line 4 cylinders.
Posted on May 27, 2009
SOURCE: no clutch
Yes this is evident in replacing engine oil to motorcycle engine.
Engine oil designed for automobiles isnt good for motorbikes as they offer additives for added "slipping". THis will cause your clutch to slip. Automobile Engine's oil system is separate from the clutch while motorcycle's clutch and engine fall under one oil system.
Use engine oil designed for motorcycles.
Solution: Buy and Engine flush, pour it to your crankshaft, run the engine for 5 minutes (idle) then drain. Replace with new motorcycle oil.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
SOURCE: ENGINE OIL CAPACITY
On the oil filler port is a number with CC after it. This is the crankcase capacity in cc. There are 946cc in one US quart. Do not neglect to fill the filter with oil (but do not overfill) before installing it, and do not consider that amount when filling the crankcase.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
i belive it is a straight swap, but there are some points to watch for, here is a discussion on just that...
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
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