Question about 1994 Yamaha FZR 600
My old cbr takes 3 quarts 3.5 if filter changed...i always check it with wheel stand so it will be level when checking and i never screw in the cap i just set it inside, and never top it off only go 3/4 of the way...you dont ever want to overfill any motor engine with oil...better to be a little low and have to add then have internal damage....10w40 would put be a good choice, no synthetics. the next years summer months you could go up to a 20w40 if you want. I'm not sure if your model has a view port or dip stick..well just pour two quarts directly no problem then slowly pour in the third look in there with a flashlite if i"ll help and when you see it get close set it at a nominal level..remember dont overfil. then just remember how many quarts it took to fill it for next time.
Can i get a helpful reply...thanks!
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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