Join Date: Jul 2002
Location: Pelham, AL, United States
Re: Oil change
It has a dry clutch, so no need for any specific oils.
Just treat it like an automobile engine.
Take care not to slip the clutch unless necessary as you will wear it out faster, just like you would in a car if you slipped the dry clutch.
I give it just 500-750 rpm or so and let it out, once engaged, yee haw!
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