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How much oil do u put in, when doing a oil change?

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You will need a litre of semi-synthetic 10/40w motorcycle engine oil. You may not need all of it though. Pour in about two thirds of the jar and then top up as needed until the oil reaches the top of the hatched markings on the dipstick. When dipping the oil the bike should be upright, so you can either sit on it or get a friend to hold it.

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