Question about 2001 Yamaha V Star 1100 Classic
How much motor oil goes into a 2001 Yamaha vstar classic 2001 @
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Changing Oil on Yamaha Star 1100
Yamaha XVS1100L Service Manual
Yamaha star 1100 Owner Manual
Posted on May 17, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Oil drain plug is located near the bottom of the engine, left side toward the front. The oil filter element is located on the right side of the engine under the cover toward the front. Changing the oil filter usually requires removal of the front exhaust pipe. There is an aftermarket filter relocation kit that replaces the filter element with a spin on filter that mounts on the front of the bike.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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For the final drive oil you can use any 80/90 Hypoid gear oil. If you choose a synthetic Hypoid gear oil your rear end will run cooler. One quart of oil is enough for 4 or 5 rear end oil changes. Because the rear ends are so expensive (around $1000), I change my rear end oil every other engine oil change.
Posted on Jul 10, 2011
I use fram PH6017A. Get them at wall mart 6 or 7 dollars. about ten.or twelve dollars cheaper than one from yamaha also longer than stock so insted of 3.6 qt of oil I use full 4 qt. Hope this helped. Ride safe and have fun
Posted on May 22, 2012
SOURCE: 2001 YAMAHA VSTAR CLASSIC 650
It sounds like something mechanical in the hub of your rear wheel is broken. It will probably be quite expensive to fix. You ought to count yourself pretty lucky since when it broke a shard of gear or something could have lodged itself between the rapidly rotating final drive gears and locked the back wheel. The level of danger involved in that type of failure suggests to me that Yamaha designed the thing with preventing this from happening at the front of their minds
Posted on Jul 03, 2012
Might have thrown the sensor magnet. See your dealer.
Posted on Jul 05, 2015
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