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WHen changing oil on a 2007 GSXR 750, how much Oil do I put In

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3 quarts does the trick with mine. just remember to use a good quality oil and filter.

Posted on Oct 09, 2010

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SOURCE: Changed the oil in a 2007 GSXR & now it wont start

if it turns over he might want to check there isnt too much oil in the case

Posted on Aug 04, 2009

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The oil can be drained removing the NEAS system valves ( 2 allen bolts ).
System contains 456 cc ( 15.4oz.) oil in each leg.
the oil-level measured from the top of the COMPRESSED leg is 107mm.
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- have an oil-suction pump
- Make a tube with a stopper at 130mmfrom the end.
Drill a little hole ( 3mm ) at 107mm (4.21in) of the stopper.

More oil will tighten the suspension, less will soften it a bit.
Oil type: SAE15

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OIL FILTER REMOVAL


nope i have the same system and you have to unscrew the oil line and then you make sure the filter stays open end up and slide it out the right side..easier to take out then put back in ..ive changed my oil twice and both time its a pain in the %&#!₪to put back in but it does go on without removing the headers

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