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I cannot find mt owner's manual and Iwant to change the oil. I understand there are 3 plugs to open in order to drain the oil from this bike,. How can I find all 3? How much oil does it hold? Thanks for your help.

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Get on the web site for yamaha look for customer product ther u will find link for free down load for manual

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    I have manual on disk if someone needs a copy just hit me up we all should know our bikes inside n out reach me @ mexicali.vp@gmail.com

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