Question about 2003 Yamaha YZF-R1
Most Honda's use ATF which is the equivalent of 5 wt fork oil. The heavier the weight of the oil the stiffer the front end will be reacting to the road. 10 wt oil is very popular for most riders. 15 wt or 20wt is typically used in heavier bikes or with heavier riders who are looking for a stiff ride. Use the recommended weight so you don't change the handling characteristics you are used to. Try a bigger Yamaha dealer I can't believe Yamaha does not sell a specific and overpriced product for your machine . The other dealer did not want to buy a whole case just to have some on hand.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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