Ninja 650R Oil Change 1/2
Part 1 of 2
Doing an oil change on a 2009 Kawasaki Nina 650R. It's EXTREMELY easy to do
an oil change, and I show you here. It took me about 30 minutes to do the
change, including clean up.
First part, I remove the lower fairing, put the bike on lift stands, and
drain the oil pan and take off the oil filter.
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The second video shows me crashing. And the third video will be short and
show my crash from multiple camera views.....which I'm sure you'll love.
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2012/2013 Kawasaki Ninja 650 oil change - the easy way without removal of
filter and oil change on Kawasaki Ninja 650
drain plug - 17 mm socket
2" 3/8" extension
front sprocket cover bolts - 8 mm "long" socket
oil filter "cup" is a Toyota style part number W54118 from Performance Tool
Correct oil filter from local source or Kawasaki (A Mobile1 M1-110 will fit
- use at own risk)
10w40 - 2 Quarts ( you will have a little left over )
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In this video of Man in the Golden Suit review, we compared Kawasaki ER-6N
(Ninja 650r) and Yamaha MT-07.
Compare of looks, tires, suspensions, grip, fuel comsumption, speed,
handling, prices in streets of city either in track.
Both are stylish and comfortable... We tested whelie and brake performance,
throttle responses too.
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1988 - 2007 Kawasaki Ninja 250 Oil change tutorial. Easy job but I know
there are people out there who don't know how to do this and could easily
save $100 with this knowledge.
kawasaki ZX636 05-06 motorcycle OIL CHANGE
Made the vid as short as possible with the aim to guide you through an oil
change. I have typed out a step by step guide below if that helps. It is
quite simple and the video is short so you can stream it to your
phone/tablet with out problems.
bucket- collect old oil
filter - new clean filter
funnel - help pour new oil into the engine
semi synthetic oil 10W-40
filter remover - i used an old fashioned fabric strap attached to a bolt, i
cover the fabric strap on to the filter and turn the bolt with a wrench to
loosen it. ( i suggest your use a new style filter remover, it is much
Allen key - to remove fairing panels
17mm socket wrench - to remove oil drain plug
new oil drain plug WASHER - throw old one away
torch - to see in dark areas
block of wood - to place under the kickstand, this balances the bike up and
helps the oil drain out easily.
heat engine oil 100 degrees approx
remove lower fairing
locate filter and drain plus
prop bike on some wood to help the oil drain
unscrew oil drain plug keeping a bucket underneath, oil may be hot.
once bolt/plug is taken off, replace old washer with a new one.
pour some new oil in the engine, use funnel if you want.
once you begin to see new oil pour out into the bucket, this means the the
old oil is completely out
remove filter, keep a bucket under the filter as it will leak
clean up the connection where the filter attaches
rub some new oil around the rubber gasket on filter and in the center
attach the filter, pretty tight, but not tooooo much.
wipe the old drain plug/bolt and attach it back along with the new washer
add oil, keep the oil level between the two markings
start engine and check oil level again and it should rise a little
dispose of old oil