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How to check the oil without dip stick or window

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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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