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Want to change the oil in my brutale 675. Anyone know how much oil I will need to buy for this job?
 

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May I suggest a quick look in the manual section on this forum?

You'll find all info you need, supplied by Donsy :yo:

Good luck ;)
 

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May I suggest a quick look in the manual section on this forum?

You'll find all info you need, supplied by Donsy :yo:

Good luck ;)
Unless I'm reading the wrong part of the manual, it just says to replace the oil filter with an official MV Agusta oil filter...

is there a K&N Alternate? I would like to just buy one online and not drive to the dealer.
 

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I get my oil filters online from Design Corse, one is due today & I'm doing the oil change on Saturday. Email Design Corse for filter details maybe. If it has the iD on the package coming I will let you know.
 

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I would love to look at the manual, I'm just having trouble finding it on here. The manual I got with the bike doesn't give any information on servicing the bike.:shitfan:
 

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The filters on the 675 and 800 are an internal enclosed unit that requires you to remove a 3 bolt plate to access the filter. Too my knowledge k&n doesn't have one. They might those as I haven't looked into it too much
 

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I would love to look at the manual, I'm just having trouble finding it on here. The manual I got with the bike doesn't give any information on servicing the bike.:shitfan:
You can take a look at Donsy's website, he's the "Manual Guru"


http://www.teamdouble3racing.com/manuals.php

If you send Design Corse an e-mail, I'm sure they have plenty of oil filter brands available.

Haven't done an oil change on my Dragster myself as the first service was "on the house"

Good luck !
 

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Look in the spec section of the manual and it will tell you what the oil capacity is. There is always a section that shows oil capacity, coolant capacity, brake fluid, etc.

Edit:I just noticed all the ones for the 675 other than the owners manual are in Italian...good luck!
 

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Is I right to assume that the f3 manual would be the same for a oil change as the brutale 675, since its the same engine.
 

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Is I right to assume that the f3 manual would be the same for a oil change as the brutale 675, since its the same engine.
Yes
 

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B3 Rider, did you find the source of the noise that you were experiencing after the service on your 675? If so, what was it? or you just live with it?
 

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I just finished performing my first oil/filter change on my MV…What a challenge! The grand finale was putting the oil filter back, balancing it on a coil and the cover while fastening the screws back on. I hope the filter connected correctly.

Oil changes are a tad easier on my BMW GS.
 

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I did my oil change a few months ago. Nearly botched the drain plug head as some 800 pound gorilla must have installed it at the factory. Also, there's no way I was going to loosen the oil cooler lines to drain the cooler. I could just see that being the source of a new leak.
 
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