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post #81 of 98 (permalink) Old 11-10-2012, 08:29 AM
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It's supposed to be 70 degrees today and I want to do the clutch adjustment when I'm in the primary, so this whole job may have to wait till another day.

I have my priorities.
Clutch adjustment and primary change will take 30 minutes at most.

Get off the forum and out in the garage, get it done and them go ride.

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Dry fill is only if you had the primary cover removed and cleaned out the inside of the case.

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6spd bike primary gets 38oz refill.

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Thanks, SCHMIDTYS.

JP, I'm going to work now. I'll be home at 1:30. I'm not wasting another half hour of awesome when I get home.

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Thanks, SCHMIDTYS.

JP, I'm going to work now. I'll be home at 1:30. I'm not wasting another half hour of awesome when I get home.

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Work? Didn't you know Fauxbama got reelected? We don't have to work anymore.

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I bet little "Aimsoil" could fit in the saddle bag. That is what you're calling him, right?

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Drain primary on side stand and then jack it (level) to adjust clutch and fill and seal? Service manual doesn't comment on side stand vs. level.

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Drain primary on side stand and then jack it (level) to adjust clutch and fill and seal? Service manual doesn't comment on side stand vs. level.
It don't matter. Just add 38 oz of oil and be done with it.. It's not really that important anyway.. An oz or two one way or the other is not going to hurt a thing.



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I just do it on the side stand, I don't think it's gonna throw it off that much level or on the side stand.

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It don't matter. Just add 38 oz of oil and be done with it.. It's not really that important anyway.. An oz or two one way or the other is not going to hurt a thing.



True, but it will spill out on the side stand.
At least it does on a sporty maybe not a bt

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