Question about 2005 Suzuki RM-Z 450
Posted by Anonymous on
I've had an '06 and now '08 RMZ450 so I'm assuming the '05 is the same.
Run the bike until it's warm and then shut it off. Wait a couple of minutes and then halfway up the clutch cover is a level bolt. Remove the bolt and if the oil level is correct there should be a slight dribble of oil coming out of the bolt hole.
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