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I want to service my v11, what do i need in the way of filters and oils ?

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Recommened filters and oil.drain oil.remove oil filter replace with new,afte all oil has drianed refill to reccomendatios.check tranny gear oil .new plugs

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My V11 scura also seized but I'm not sure of the cause as I had help stripping the engine I found that I could get a new factory surplus engine for less than the cost of reconditioning the existing engine. Corsa Itialiana had a deal on a new engine It may be worth your while enquiring from them before you get into serious expense.

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