Question about Motorcycles
Remove derby only if you are changing the primary oil. use a 20 w 50 in all compartments. YES a synthetic is good for that.
Posted on Jun 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Pour the oil into the primary through the "derby cover" hole. Remove the derby cover and pour oil in until the level comes up to the bottom of the clutch spring with the bike standing straight up. When you look at the clutch, you can see the outer "aluminum colored" drum. Just inside this, you'll see a black colored disc, this is the clutch spring. Do not fill any higher than the bottom of this disc with the bike standing straight up. It will cause the clutch to "drag" making finding neutral with the engine running impossible. Usually it takes 36 - 44 ounces of oil.
Posted on Jun 15, 2010
Yes, although I don't work on the later model bikes, I do believe you can do this because you have to take the derby cover off to adjust the clutch and you don't have to drain the oil to do that.
Posted on May 15, 2011
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