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How much oil do i put in a 2005 r1

I need a oil change in my 05 r1 how much oil do i put in it? i will be putting in full sythetic oil but dont know how much to put in. please help thanks

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    Dick May 11, 2010

    You've got a sight glass on the bike don't you? Use it. Should take around 4 quarts with a filter change, put 3 in and check the sight glass, add 1/2 quart at a time until it is full.

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