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I need to know how much tansmission oil should go

I need to know how much transmission oil should go i kx 125 2005... nobody gives a straight answer...

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There will be a number on the crank case by the place where you pour the oil in. It will be im millileters so you will need to convert or measure with mL, usually its about 650mL or so for 125s.

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  • destroyerbmx Feb 20, 2009

    650mL is roughly 2/3 of a quart.

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