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post #11 of 80 (permalink) Old 09-05-2007, 11:42 PM
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Excellent job.

and JT thanks for the torques.

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About how long does it take to do this procedure?

Is it easy enough for a "mechanically challenged" person to do?
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Hat's Off! The clearest best written how to post ever on this forum imho.
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oil change on "07" 400

This is an excellent example of how to do a "HOW-TO" correctly. Even a novice can understand and follow it. Thankyou very much! One word of warning. Do not forget to put the filler plug back in before starting the engine. If you don't the crankcase pressure from that big single cylinder will start pumping the oil out the filler opening. Ask me how I know this!

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Great guidance - many thanks.

Can I ask as a newbie to maxis (from the world of bigwheel bikes) if there are similar notes on changing rollers on an AN400K7? I'd like to fit a stainless steel LeoVince exhaust for rust resistance, but it seems that a roller change is necessary (they're included in the kit). I'm praying this leads to no warranty problems!

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Thanx for perfect instruction! Its very helpful.
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Very nicely done Jason. Thanks for making the time to put it together the way you did. ~ suziblu ~

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Re: DIY Oil Change on 2007 Burgman 400 - Step by Step, BIG Pics

FYI,

When I did mine tonight there was a grease like goo on the filter spring, about a thimble full. The drain plug magnet had 2 slivers of metal on it. Mine took 1400 ml to sit at 3/4 toward the Full line. I did run the engine a little after the first quart to fill the filter etc.

Notice the funnel and hose in the instructions. That was the only way to get the oil into the engine without spilling it everywhere.

Instructions were EXACTELY correct for a AN400K8.

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Re: DIY Oil Change on 2007 Burgman 400 - Step by Step, BIG Pics

Excellent text instructions and outstanding pictures.

I followed these instructions to the letter when changing oil on my 2008 Burgman 400 and had no problems at all.

Thanks a bunch for this guidance.

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