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post #1 of 120 (permalink) Old 04-25-2004, 09:34 PM Thread Starter
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Oil change with Pics(Long) for AN650

Ok as previously promised I will try and show how easy it is to change the oil on the 650 with the aid of some pics in my allwalk photo gallery. The oil change pics can be found on page 2 http://burgmanusa.com/gallery/allwalk/album24/
Some of the pics have text added to hopefull aid in the operation. The following pic in the series is the same pic without the text.To enlarge the pic click on the thumbnail and if you need it larger again left click on that picture and it should show an even larger zoomed in pic for better clarity. Ok here goes.

Engine oil change: put bike on center stand and warm engine at idle for 3 minutes

1-For me the oil change starts with the removal of the center hump panel. Fairly easy with one screw to remove. So basic no pic supplied.

2- Now I take of the lower left leg shield or body panel. Refer to pics 1.1 and 1 for the fastners that need to be removed. Now dont forget that there is 1 screw ( not shown in photos) accessible from the front rad area, very noticeable. Pic 2.1 shows the location of the 2 fastners on the underside of the panel. Don't forget these

3- Remove engine oil filler plug (pic 3.1)

4-Place an oil pan below the engine and remove the engine oil drain plug (pic 3.1)

5- After oil is completely drained , replace drain plug and tourque to
oil drain plug:23N-m (2.3 kgf-m, 16.5 lb-ft)

6- Refill engine oil through the filler hole using an API classification of SF or SG oil with SAE 10W-40 viscosity keeping an eye on the oil level sight glass.

Start the engine and allow to run for 3 mins at idling speed.
Turn off the engine and wait about 3 mins,then check the oil level through the inspection window. If the level is below the mark L ,add oil to the F level.If the oil is above the F mark ,drain oil to the F mark level
IT SHOULD BE DECIDED IF YOU ARE GOING TO CHANGE THE OIL FILTER BEFORE YOU ADD THE OIL TO THE ENGINE AND DO SO IF REQUIRED


Engine oil capacity
Oil change: 2.6L (2.7/2.3 US/Imp qt)
Filter change: 2.9L (3.1/2.6 US/Imp qt)
Overhaul engine: 3.4L (3.6/3.0 US/Imp qt)



TRANSMISSION OIL

1- Place the oil pan below the transmission case and remove the oil drain plug(pic 3.1) and the filler plug (pic 4.1)

2-Remove the oil level plug (pic 4.1)

3-Retighten the drain plug to 12N-m (1.2 kgf-m, 8.5 lb-ft)

4-Refill through the filler hole using SAE 10W-40 with API SF or SG oil
5-Fill untill you start to see the oil drain from the oil level plug hole.
6- Replace filler plug and level plug to the same tourque specs as the drain plug.

NECESSARY AMOUNT OF TRANSMISSION OIL

OIL CHANGE: 360ML (12.2/12.7 U.S/IMP OZ)
OVERHAUL : 400ML (13.5/14.1 U.S/IMP OZ)


Hope this helps those at home mechanics and I will try to follow up with a report and pics on the Final Gear Oil change.

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As promised I am doing a follow up report on the Final Gear Oil Change along with pics.
Pics are found on page 3 of the allwalk photos in the Gallery



Final Gear Oil Change

Replace initiall at 1000km (600 mile, 1 month) and
every 12,000 km (7500 miles, 12 months) therafter


- Put bike on center stand and let engine run for 3 or so minutes with rear wheel turning.

-remove the final gear case cover (pic finalgear1)http://burgmanusa.com/gallery/allwal...gear1.jpg.html

-place an oil pan below the final gear case

-remove the oil drain plug and the oil level/filler plug http://burgmanusa.com/gallery/allwal...gear2.jpg.html

-tighten the oil drain plug to the specified torque, and pour fresh oil through the oil level/filler hole untill the oil overflows from the oil level hole

Drain Plug: 33N-m (3.3 kgf-m, 24.0 lb-ft)
Oil level plug is the same torque specs

Oil Viscosity and Classification

: Hypoid gear oil SAE #90 API grade GL-5

Necessary amount
Oil change: 300ml (10.1/10.6 US/Imp oz)
Overhaul : 430ml (14.5/15.1 US/Imp oz)
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Allwalk, I found it's not necessary to remove the left lower cover to change the transmissiton oil. I fill my trans. with an oil can in the over flow hole until it runs out, I wait a while (about 30 sec.) then give it a few more shots with the oil can to be sure . This really speeds up the time.

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Allwalk, I found it's not necessary to remove the left lower cover to change the transmissiton oil. I fill my trans. with an oil can in the over flow hole untill it runs out, I wait a while (about 30 sec.) then give it a few more shots with the oil can to be sure . This really speeds up the time.
I've heard of others doing that as well. Its no big deal to me to take off the shield. I want to use the filler hole just in case there are some pockets up high that may hold oil and would otherwise not get it if filled from the level hole. Why would Suzuki other wise give you a filler hole?
The final gear oil is filled in the same manner as you do your tranny oil. I don't know.......I basically typed out verbatum(sp?) what the Suzuki Manual had written.

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Thanks for doing this.

Thanks for doing this. This will really help everyone. Do you really think that filling this the alternative way could mess the bike up?
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Thanks for doing this. This will really help everyone. Do you really think that filling this the alternative way could mess the bike up?
No I think if you decide to go the short cut route all will work out. Anyways all you have to do after filling is run the bike on the center stand for 3 mins, let sit for 3 more mins and then just ispect the level hole again to make sure oil is still flowing.

The removal of the leg shield permits me to see better and inspect for loose bolts better.

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Thanks for the walk-through

Whoda' thought that you had to remove body panels to just do basic work? I own the shop manual and it was certainly vague about how to procede. Your pics helped a lot.
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Allwalk, I found it's not necessary to remove the left lower cover to change the transmissiton oil. I fill my trans. with an oil can in the over flow hole untill it runs out, I wait a while (about 30 sec.) then give it a few more shots with the oil can to be sure . This really speeds up the time.
I used a big syringe which holds 2oz. (60cc) of oil and put a rubber tube on the end. I had to fill it six tmes but it went in easy with no mess. This allowed me to use the fill hole.

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