Attention! The oil level in the engine should be checked at least every 1000 km, and when operating the motorcycle with extreme loads (participation in competitions, long highway driving at high speed, at temperatures above 30°C) - at least once every 500 km.
1. Before checking the engine oil level, let the motorcycle stand with the engine off for at least 10-15 minutes to allow the oil to drain into the oil pan. You can also measure the oil level on a cold engine.
2. We install the motorcycle strictly vertically on a flat surface without slopes.
3. We turn out the engine filler cap.
4. Wipe the probe with a cloth or paper.
5. We lower the dipstick into the filler neck until it stops, but do not screw the plug.
6. We take out the dipstick and determine the amount of oil in the engine crankcase.
7. The oil level should be between the top 1 and bottom 2 marks on the dipstick.
8. If the oil level is below the lower mark on the dipstick, add oil to the engine. The difference in engine oil volume corresponding to the lower and upper marks on the dipstick is approximately 0.5 liters.
9. If the level is higher, it is necessary to determine the reason for its increase.