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    Ok guys my first service was done with dealer @ 10 hr at that time he told me that it is too early to do it @ 10 hr but I preferred to change engine oil after break in period, as usual he over filled it and thanks to your advice I managed to bring it to the correct level and I feel the deference, now i reached 30 hr I purchased 6L of recommended oil from the dealer because he said 6L in the amount I have to use, I gona change it by my self i will change oil plus filter what is the correct amount to use to avoid over fill from the first time is 6L too much? any advice


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    I dont know in litres, but when I change my oil with the filter , I use 4.25 quarts.......

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    its all in the owners manual

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultra250 Tn View Post
    I dont know in litres, but when I change my oil with the filter , I use 4.25 quarts.......
    1 liter = 1.057 US quartsor 1 US quart = 0.95 liter after small calculation I got it 4.25 US quarts = 4.02 L see how the dealer is putting 6 liter = 6.34 US quarts in our ultras man about 2.11 US quarts more that you put that's why our intercoolers is flooded with extra oil I never go to dealer gona to do it by my selfThanks TN
    Last edited by sportman; 04-28-2008 at 01:53 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicjak View Post
    its all in the owners manual
    is there but I wonna to hear best practice and your experience

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportman View Post
    Ok guys my first service was done with dealer @ 10 hr at that time he told me that it is too early to do it @ 10 hr but I preferred to change engine oil after break in period, as usual he over filled it and thanks to your advice I managed to bring it to the correct level and I feel the deference, now i reached 30 hr I purchased 6L of recommended oil from the dealer because he said 6L in the amount I have to use, I gona change it by my self i will change oil plus filter what is the correct amount to use to avoid over fill from the first time is 6L too much? any advice

    If you are chnaging oil withjout changing the filter - sugest no more than 4 quarts back in

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    Quote Originally Posted by Socaloffshore View Post
    If you are chnaging oil withjout changing the filter - sugest no more than 4 quarts back in
    That's what I been doing on all the skis, 4 quarts without filter change

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    How much filter will consume? extra .25 quarts as Ultra250 Tn mention

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