Question about 2000 Honda NSR 125
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ok, here it is right out of the stock 94 CR250 manual (dry):
Standard (stock) spring (.38 kg/mm)(1coil at top of spring) - SS-7M or equivalent oil.
.... Standard oil level is 118mm (559cc)
....Maximum oil level 93mm (584cc)
....Minimum oil level 136mm (541cc)
Optional light spring (.36 kg/mm)(3coils at top of spring)
....Standard oil level is 116mm (561cc)
....Maximum oil level is 92mm (585cc)
....Minimum oil level is 134mm (543cc)
Optional Heavy spring (.40 kg/mm)(2 coils at top of spring)
....Standard oil level is 125mm (552cc)
....Maximum oil level is 101mm (576cc)
....Minimum oil level is 143mm (534cc)
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
SOURCE: 1996 Honda VF750C fork oil level
It should be able to hold between 200 - 240 cc in each fork stacchion and no more as your fork will becomes very stiff and no bump absorption will happens.
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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