Question about 1998 Honda VFR 800
I dont know but I can help you arrive at an answer. I presume you have no owner manual. Drain the oil. Guesstimate the amount you drain out. You could put the oil into an empty soda bottle (2 liter for example). If it is 2 or less, you will have your answer. If it is more, fill another bottle. Bottling it is also an easy way to facilitate proper disposal. Refill your crankcase with an appropriate amount of fresh oil that meets Honda's specification . What is Honda's specification? Go to the Honda motorcycle web site and search your model. You will find LOTS of information there, including, in all probability, a copy of the owner's manual you should have, probably free for the download. When refilling the crankcase, do not OVERFILL. When you are getting near the top, check the dip stick.
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