Corrado - the *Service*, which is basically an engine oil change and examination of the other fluid levels and a brake pad check, and a readout of the MoDiTec memory if there have been any faults - those services are suggested on a 20,000Km span, with the first one to be conducted at 10,000Km,
Now, the suggested *Inspection* is more involved and gives the bike a thorough going over and changing not only the engine oil, but the gearbox and rear drive lubes as well - and replacing of the engine air filter and fuel filter and spark plugs. That is likewise at a 20,000Km interval, butt begins with the first one at the 20,000Km Inspection.
Hope this helps. And btw, these intervals were taken from a third generation LT manual and I'm not positively sure that the '06 model follows the same program. Easy to verify with someone who'll be on here shortly. Have a great holiday!!
Originally Posted by Corrado68
this spring my bike had the 20,000Km service: do I need to have another one at 30,000Km or at 40,000Km?
I'll be hitting and passing the 30,000Km mark during my holidays in the next two weeks, so probably I won't be able to service the bike before 31-33,000Km anyways.... is there something specific that I should check to be safe?
Sorry for all the questions, but all my latest cars had a service only after 30,000 so I'm not yet used to this 10,000Km routine... meaning service every 3-4 months for me