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So the oil volume with new filter is choose 2.9 quarts. Is it bad just to put 3 quarts in and also call the good?

I"ve uncovered that also with a complete drain and also refill 3 quarts brings the oil level over the sight glass on mine 650. 2.8-2.9 appears better.
I played v this the critical time I changed the oil and also filter on mine 650.If friend put about 2.5 Q in ~ draining and transforming the filter the comes as much as the reduced markif you put 2.75Q in that come up to the topyou start the bike and also let it run for a minute, and also it drops under in the add oil to lug it come the peak of the window, then start it again and also it drops down some again.At this suggest I stated screw it and put the remainder of the 3 quarts in. Through my best efforts 3 quarts is always a little bit over the top note in the home window everytime I inspect itbut there does not seem to be any down next to being slightly over the top note on a 650 - 26,000 mile under my butt so far and also no issues.

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2005 Vstar 650 completely stock cycle with fast release windshield, fork deflectors, and trunk in place of passenger seat2000 royal Star Boulevard "Ursa" (the She-Bear) totally stock, windshield stays in the garage through saddle bags unless needed

Kcw, i agree. The service manual had three different capacities.3.4 united state quarts. (I i think is when situations are split)2.8 us quarts for the routine change.3.0 united state quarts when filter is changed.I perform not have any kind of oil blowing the end anywhere and it is above sight glass as with you said.
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