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Old 04-16-2006, 01:53 AM   #1
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need some to change my oil

need some one who knows how to change there oil and filter will pay them 35 dollars to come out in the south west houston make quick money i got all the oil and filter allready just need someone to put it on for me thanks
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Old 04-16-2006, 02:01 AM   #2
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oo what bike and where exactly.
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what bike do you have?

its really easy if you have any mechanical skills once so ever you can do it yourself
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Old 04-16-2006, 02:06 AM   #4
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1994 honda 900rr and and old school ninja now both bikes are acting up but need to fix the honda my freaking clutch wont hit the Nutural light and they said i need to change my oil so i live buy HWY 6 and westimer
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say what ^^^ what does that mean any one come on i know there someone outthere i need to go riding on sunday

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Although it might help, it sounds like something else might be messed up besides changing the oil. Chase is probably the closest to you. You might wanna take your bike down the road to Precision cycles.
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say what ^^^ what does that mean any one come on i know there someone outthere i need to go riding on sunday
dude changing the oil is cake. If you can change your car oil, you can change your bike oil. Just look under the bike on the oil pan, find the drain bolt and unscrew. Then most likely, you will need to remove your fairings on the left hand side to get to the filter. Unscrew and put the new one on. Add the oil and check your dipstick to make sure you add the right amount. It is better to be under than to over add on the oil. Clean up and then you're finished.
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i mean the clutch ant sticking at all it shifts up fine but the stupid Nutural light just doesnt show and plus presion cycle charge me freakin $250 for a foot peg i needed imange engine work from those guyz im not hating on those guyz but come on now plus the peg was used no thanks
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This is for an R6 but it should definitely help you out. Read and look at the purrrty pictures. lol

http://www.angelfire.com/ia/z/R6oilchange.htm
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i mean the clutch ant sticking at all it shifts up fine but the stupid Nutural light just doesnt show and plus presion cycle charge me freakin $250 for a foot peg i needed imange engine work from those guyz im not hating on those guyz but come on now plus the peg was used no thanks
that the amount they charged you to buy the peg and install it? Man thats nuts!!
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hey that was a tight site you cant pull one up for a 900rr 1994 lol
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that the amount they charged you to buy the peg and install it? Man thats nuts!!
you sure it wasn't the peg, bracket and shifter arm?... :eh:

changing the oil is easy mang... give it a shot...
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well i really didnt needed the all that shitt i just need the peg but bought the whole that cause he wouldnt sell it too me like that
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go here and see if you can find your manual

http://www.carloboldetti.com/bike/manuals.htm
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well i really didnt needed the all that shitt i just need the peg but bought the whole that cause he wouldnt sell it too me like that
try ron ayers in the future... you can get just the part you need instead of the entire assembly...
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hey i live by hwy 6 and westheimer also.

ive never changed the oil on that bike but ive done it on mine. i could probably swing by tomorrow sometime and we could figure it out. you dont need to pay me though. call me tomorrow 713 927 2311 not sure when i can make it over there with it being easter and all.
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Although it might help, it sounds like something else might be messed up besides changing the oil. Chase is probably the closest to you. You might wanna take your bike down the road to Precision cycles.
yep thats where i live
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they sell u parts at dealers, no need to buy the full rearset.
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thanks chasee69 ill give you a call tommorow thanks man
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