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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it doesn't have a dipstick or a sight glass window on the kick starter side you will find a srew / bolt on the case usually lower front right near the rear foot brake unsrew that then put your oil in the filler hole when oil comes out of the hole you took the screw/bolt out of you are full I have an 01 and thats the way it is or 650cm of oil
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
You need to use a 2 stroke motor oil. Look for oils that say 2 stroke motorcycle oil, injector oil or smokeless. Do not use a standard automotive motor oil, your bike will smoke. It should be pre-mixed with your gasoline. I am relatively sure the ratio is 32:1, but you should check your owners manual to be sure. At this ratio you would use 4 ounces of oil to each gallon of gas. This ratio allows for an all-around use of your bike. If you are not going to use the bike at high speeds for extended periods, you may want to consider a different fuel/gas ratio - 50:1.
The above information is recommended for a Stock motorcycle.
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
you should always lean toward the rich side of any fuel/oil mix 50:1 would be 5 ltrs of fuel 100 mls 40:1 would be 125 mils the best with out a doubt is 20:1 better to push blue then to push it home
Posted on Dec 13, 2011
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