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Gas Gas 280 Pampera maintenance

I am totally new to the maintenance of my bike, my ex hubby used to do it for me. I know the air filter and all of that, but how much coolant do I put in the water cooler?

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  • dirtbikinmom Jan 29, 2009

    someone else told me a 50/50 mix...but you think 2/3rds or as you say there is a fill line and I fill the coolant then add the water? I know total girl about this, but I can change the filter, and oil, the thermostatic coupler so not too bad. LOL

  • dirtbikinmom Jan 29, 2009

    the manual you sent isn't for a Pampera 280. I do have the Pampera 280 manual from Gas Gas USA, but it doesn't give me the fill levels or anything.

  • dirtbikinmom Jan 29, 2009

    BTW I did find the manual and it does say 50/50 mixture with distilled, just didn't know how much to put in...I will check the bike out when I get home tonight to find a fill line. Thanks both of you for all of your assistance.

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To help you do all the maintenance,I have included a link to the manual.
http://www.trialspartsusa.com/manuals/manualtxtpro2004eng.pdf


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    Randy Hough Jan 29, 2009

    The mixture is 50/50 he was saying only fill it 2/3rd of the way full.(which is incorrect)I sent the manual so you wouldn't have to guess at it.





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There is a fill line marked on the bottle trytaking cap of and looking down insideyou may be able to see the fill line there>> MAKE SHURE MOTOR IS COLD BEFOR OPENING>> usualy about 2/3 full is standard

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    John Kendall Jan 29, 2009

    It depends on the temp of you local riding area conditions for the mixture that is .>>>and the other thing was.what I meant to say to see how full the bottle is supposed to be remove the cap and look inside you should be able to see the fill line.. and finally a 50/50 mixture is normal for temp from

    32F . to 100 F



    John/Pearland Texas

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