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Old 01-20-2013, 10:04 AM
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Default Yamaha TTR 600 oil change question

Hey everyone i was changing the oil and filter on my TTR600RE 2004 this morning and did it all after the manual, removed the drain bolt and the oil tank hose then the oil filter cover etc and let it drain for prolly 15-20 min (had to go to the shop) then i came back and leaned the bike from side to side to see if any oil was left and im 100% sure its all out.

Now i reinstall the drain plug, oil tank hose put in the new filter and start filling the oil tank, now the manual says it should take max 3.0 liters 2.4 without new air filter and 2.5 with new i managed to get 2.3 liters and the tank is completely full. Now this is a dry sump thing and ive never changed oil on a bike like this so i cant just start the motor for few minutes and then get some more oil in ? wouldnt that be terrible for the motor ? The damn manual doesnt have anything to say about this

Hope anyone has a solution for me.

Kristján out
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