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post #111 of 120 (permalink) Old 01-17-2014, 06:28 AM
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Welcome to the forum, Rob! If you let us know what version you're riding, we can better answer that question. The 400 and the 650 are a bit different.

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post #112 of 120 (permalink) Old 06-26-2015, 08:03 AM
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I was wondering if the oil change procedure is the same for the 2013 650 Burgman ?
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To my knowledge, the only change have been the plastics. You need to remove the left fairing to access the trans drain and trans overflow, unless you drill access holes.

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Thank you Jim .
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Is the process the same for the 2013 as it is for the 2012 and older models ? I am most concerned with getting the plastic fairing off .
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OK , I took all the fasteners screws and bolts off under both foot rests , I took off the 2 bolts and fasteners under the bike . Just exactly what and where do I go next ? Do I have to remove the fasteners around the radiator ? What separates so I can get to the transmission oil and rear end oil ? I really need help .
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Ok.. question regarding the crankcase oil change (not transmission). RE: the filter.
I do not see the oil filter number listed on the BKB related to bike info. Could someone please add it?

It was on this sticky post where I found the OEM filter part# is 16510-03G00-X07.
Is there a sufficient 3rd-party oil filter that I can pick up at any parts store?

Thanks all for putting this info up and doing all the work for us newbies.

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The BKB is not being updated or maintained as much anymore. It is not a real part of the forum but is hosted off site by Cory. Cory does not come on as much, just like a lot of other riders during wintertime.

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There are some excellent filters, Emgo 55660 and NAPA 1348. If you order a lot of 6 EMGO's the shipping gets them down to like $5 each. Look for a post from Cherie on where to get them cheaper.

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Thanks for that info Dave_J,
but I figured the OEM Suzuki part would be something important to add.

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