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I know were the radiator over flow btle is on the bike but can any one tell me were you fill the radiator, that is if you have to. i have a vt500e 1984 shaft drive

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The overflow bottle connects to the radiator.. Of your radiator don't have a cap and is sealed then fill the bottle.. If it has a cap open it and fill it there..

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