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MY TM 125

HOW MUCH GEARBOX OIL DO I PUT IN MY BIKE ITS EMPTY AT THE MOMENT.

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Hi,

The TM 125 uses 550 ml of gear oil. There is level inspection screw situated behind the rear brake lever. Access is a little tricky, but not too tough.
For racing motocross I recomend ATF, but must be changed after each race day.
For enduro, outriding or Sunday riders, BelRay -Trans Oil 80 W is best. You should change oil roughly every 500 km to prolong gearbox life.

Regards

Jon

Posted on Feb 14, 2009

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