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Need to know oil capacitie on 99 xv 250 virago

Also what would you recommend tire pressure for 160 pound rider

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The XV250 has a total oil capacity of 1.8 litres but that's only from completely dry. If you're simply replacing the oil there will always be some left behind after draining and in that case you will need 1.4 litres. If you're replacing the oil filter at the same time you'll need slightly more ... 1.6 litres.

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There is a site glass on the side of the engine,Just fill to half way on site glass,usually has a marker line.

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32psi front
30psi rear

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It takes 1.7 quarts of oil, with a filter change.

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