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When checking the crank oil, I unscrewed the plug where you would actually pour it in, right next to to kick starter, and I can not see any oil. I cant find a site glass window either. When I stick my finger in there is oil I can feel. But is there anyway to check the level? My top end just got done and I know they filled it.

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The oil level is determined through the level indicator at the bottom end of the plug. You will see oil in it. The oil level must be in the safe level.

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That's the best way to get it right. Do what the manual tells you to do.

To check the oil
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  2. Check the oil with the dipper in the oil fill hole.
  3. Check it hot 10 mins after turning off the bike by unscrewing the oil fill plug, wipe the stick, and just dip it without screwing it back in, and check it for level.
  4. Pour in small amounts at a time to top it right up to the mark, but never ever over fill it.
  5. Screw back in the plug/dipper.
Hope this helps, am happy to answer any other questions you may have about it. Cheers!!

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