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HOW-TO: 600 mile service
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HOW-TO: 600 mile service - August 4, 2006, 10:33 AM

It's a common question that I see here on the forum where people ask about the 600 mile service on their new bikes. The common question is how hard is this? What is typically done besides an oil change etc.

One thing you will need to do is to find the torque specs for your particular model of motorcycle. If it has these in your manuel you are set, if not search other forums or the internet and I'm sure you will find them. You will need a torque wrench.

Otherwise here is a link covering most items, see you manuel to make sure you have covered everything. I fyou are slightly mechanically inclined most of the proceedures are pretty straitforward and it is great to learn how to perform most of the adjustments on your bike. If you are not very experienced get a buddy to help you!


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