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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-17-2019, 07:58 AM Thread Starter
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Dragster RR Euro4 Maintenance Schedule

Information required, understand that it is different to the Euro3 model

Mileage schedules have increased and a valve check is not required until 17000 miles

Is this correct?

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Surely there must be someone with a manual for a 2019 Dragster
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I was told by my dealer that service intervals had change from the Euro 4 spec engines onwards (2018??).

Faster and Faster untill the fear of death subsides.....
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Information required, understand that it is different to the Euro3 model

Mileage schedules have increased and a valve check is not required until 17000 miles

Is this correct?
No
Table from USB drive reads 18 000 mi or 30 000 km now
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Thanks, very much appreciated.

One interesting point, chain to be replaced every 9000 miles?

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Chain to be replaced every 9000 miles?
Timing chain supposed to last forever.
That's good news. Wasn't so with euro3 lump.



Transmission chain; depends where one rides.
I change it when it starts grinding the side stand.


The cush drive rubber are back to the old design hence more expensive but should last longer than before.
So the worn chain sprocket wobble shouldn't be a problem.
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