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2009 honda cbf M-9 How do u check the oil on centre stand or side stand

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Bike should always be upright on level ground so use the centre stand or get someone to hold the bike upright for you

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I looked at the photos and I can't see the oil you refer to. There is a stain below the engine but also around the front tire. I think it is from the car normally parked in that spot, not from the bike. The engine looks clean as do the down tubes etc.. What you need to be sure of is that the bike shifts smoothly up and down the gears. Check all electrics; is everything fully operational? Does it start and run properly? As new as this bike is, chances are it is as advertised. Please rate my answer. Thanks.

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Problem detected with the fuel system. You may want to have this looked at by your authorized Honda Motorcycle Shop.

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