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Where the hell is the oil plug for draining oil on hayabusa? The manual book shows me the screw only without any reference where I should look for it. Thanks. Maria

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Drain plug is underneath the bike on the bottom of the oil pan. usually where the four exhaust pipes separate into 2 . usually is a 17mm drain bolt.

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Hey Maria, check under the bile for a 14-17 mm bolt. good luck girl

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