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|01-28-2009 10:39 AM|
the vn750 are all the same.. the A# is just the year differences.
I have used Rotella T 15w-40 without any trouble.Check the vulcan verses thread for PLENTY of info on oil, filters, etc...
|01-28-2009 10:38 AM|
Originally Posted by lance328 View Post
|01-27-2009 10:29 PM|
|flitecontrol||Welcome krussdog. I would buy a manual and do as much of the servicing as you can. The manual will lead you through it step by step and if you have any questions, the folks here are more than willing to help. I've seen them solve problems on bikes they've never laid hands on when mechanics that worked on the bike couldn't figure it out. Working on your bike will save you some bucks, get you more familiar with your ride, and you will know it was done right. No one is going to be as meticulous as you are with getting it right because IT ISN'T THEIR BIKE! Knowing the workings of your bike can be very helpful on those occasions when something breaks miles from anywhere.|
|01-27-2009 10:07 PM|
|OlHossCanada||If you are a certified auto mechanic, you shouldn`t have any trouble working on this bike. Download the Kawi manual, check out the Vulcan verses and ask questions here and you should be able to service everything just fine. Oh yeah, welcome to the forum.|
|01-27-2009 04:19 PM|
Originally Posted by krussdog46 View Post
|01-27-2009 03:25 PM|
|krussdog46||I'm going to put it up on the center stand and check the oil when I get the chance. I think I should probably bring it to a shop to have it serviced anyways. It will be interesting when I bring it to a shop and ask for a first service on an 03. Do you guys have any clue where I can download a service and owner's manual for it? I'd like to know what exactly is being done to it when I bring it somewhere for service.|
|01-27-2009 03:01 PM|
|lance328||As hyper suggested check the oil on the center on level ground. It should fall somewhere between the H and L mark on the cover.|
|01-27-2009 02:17 PM|
|Scootergptx||You didn't say when it had been done last (or I missed it) but an oil change wouldn't be a bad investment.|
|01-27-2009 10:56 AM|
To check oil level, you want the bike sitting straight/level. NOT on the side stand.
Oh, and welcome to the forum
|01-27-2009 10:52 AM|
Originally Posted by Gemguy View Post
PS. I'll post pics asap. I'm a full time college student and have a full time job so time is a luxury for me but I want to figured this out.
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