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In order to determine a motorcycle's fork oil capacity, the front spring coils need to be removed and fork decompressed. The oil capacity is determined by how much air is inside the shock tubes. If there is more air than oil, the suspension will be softer.

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FORK OIL • Place the front fork vertically without spring. • Compress it fully. • Pour specified front fork oil up to the top level of the outer tube. Capacity (each leg): 490 ml (16.6/17.3 US/lmp oz) 99000-99044-L01: SUZUKI FORK OIL L01 or an equivalent fork oil • Move the inner rod slowly with the special tool ten times and

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Let me add , for bikes with "anti-dive" forks , make sure all the oil is out of the valving on the side with ant dive . (speaking from experience) . The manufacturer will list different volumes for right and left fork . But if you have the oil level for compressed fork with no spring , it is much easier . And a quarter inch makes a big difference .

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In this video we'll show how to change your fork oil. This video specifically looks at the procedure for replacing fork oil in right side up forks that use damping rods. Step by step written ...

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Motorcycle Fork Oil Change Intervals. ... After a few miles the fork oil will begin to warm and change its flow characteristics, providing a little more suppleness to fork travel. That will ...

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Determine if the fork legs have oil drain plugs near the bottom of the legs. If they do, you are in luck and will be able to change the oil without removing the fork legs. Put old newspapers on the floor under the front end. Place a drain pan under the fork legs and remove the drain plugs, one side at a time.

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The fork oil should be 116 mm (4.57 inches) from the top of the compressed fork tube no '96+ Seca II's. The capacity is approximately 12.8 ounces (US) of fork oil per fork leg, for all Seca II's. ... Tip for measuring fork oil height. Post by arnehulstein » Sun Jan 13, 2013 7:54 pm

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① Wet means on an oil change. ② Dry means, the fork was completely disassembled, cleaned and dried. ③ Fork oil level is determined from upper edge of fork tube (Refer to manual for exact procedure) ④ These models have drain screws. Despite this fact the manual speaks of complete removal and upside down draining of the fork tubes.

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A screw driver works good. Dip it in until the handle hits the top of the fork. Then measure from the oil line to the screw driver handle. Take note of how much oil you put in, so next time, you can just put in the CC.

www.harley-performance.com/fork-oil.html

The capacity varies by model but for most Softails and Dynas this amount is about 9 to 10 oz. If using Harley brand fork oil then type “B” or “E” is recommended depending on the model. The alternative product for those who require superior performance is Shock Therapy #10 Fork Oil which