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So when checking the oil do you just have it vertical (someone balancing it) or on the center stand?
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Very nice job
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Plenty of threads on this. Why not read your manual to see what Suzuki says?

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So when checking the oil do you just have it vertical (someone balancing it) or on the center stand?
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I just did my oil and filter change, although only at 2760 miles I bought it second hand from a dealer and felt I wanted to make sure it was done. So I removed the drain bolt and let the rather black oil pour out into the oil pan and then removed the filter cover and removed the filter, I cleaned up both rubber washers and checked them for damage and they are both in fine condition so used them again. I replaced the old filter with a new K&N 131 filter and replaced the crush washer on the drain bolt once I had clean up the magnet, used my torque wrench to tighten it to 23nm and then the oil filter bolts to 10nm. I proceeded to pour in some Castrol Power 1 4T 10W-40 until I hit the Full level and then started the bike up for a short while and topped up the oil some more and then ran it for a few minutes and turned it off and the oil level is bang on or a tiny bit above full, have to say it takes more oil it seems than stated.

Overall it seemed fairly easy and I suspect I'll probably aim to do it again about 7500 miles and probably go fully synthetic at that point as well. In a few days time I'll use the same oil on the final drive.

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I keep reading complaints that o rings don't come with filters. Is this so?
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They didn't with the K&N one I bought but I had ordered some any way, should the one on there be damaged and need replacing which it didn't.
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