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Need tec specks on KTM125SX 2005 model how mutch gear oil, coolant electrics 6 or 12volt please

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Gear oil: 0.7 liters, 15w50

Coolant: 1.2 liters, 50% coolant/50% water

Ignition: 12volt, Kokusan 2k-1

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