Question about 2005 Victory Vegas
Look under the motor and you will see the drain plug. I think it takes a 6mm allen. drain the oil and remove your filter, just like on your car. Your bike should take 5 qrts. make sure you put oil on the new oil filters rubber seal and get it hand tight. after you have replaced the oil plug and filter , pull the dip stick over on the right side and look for the full mark and put the oil in. Put the oil stick
all the way back into the motor, and pull it and check it. Check for leaks and ride safe.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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