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Where do i put the oil back in the bike after i drain the oil? drained the oil and now do not know where to replace this oil please help!

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There is a dipstick near the top level of the radiator on the right side of the bike. Just remove the dipstick and pour in the fresh oil.
To check oil level, let the bike idle for three minutes then turn it off. Now use the dipstick to read the oil level.

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Pour it in the oil tank filling nozzle! It might be somewhere below the rear seat and above the rear suspension spring. A good hint is to look around the frame, cause this bike actually uses the frame as the oil tank.

that simple

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Posted on Apr 17, 2009

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    dushko Apr 17, 2009

    note I just say where I think it is. The only thing I'm certain with, is that the oil is stored in the frame.


  • dushko
    dushko Apr 17, 2009

    Oh and I don't think it's a good idea to pour anything into the crankcase

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