What kind of oil does a KLR650 used?

What kind of oil does a KLR650 used?

NOTE: The KLR650 takes 2.6 quarts of 10W40 oil. Step 10. Replace the fill cap, then run the engine for a couple of minutes to circulate the oil.

How do I check the oil on my KLR?

Checking the oil level on the KLR 650 couldn’t be easier. Place it in gear so it won’t roll, even if it is on level ground as it should be, stand to the right side of the motorcycle and then balance it so that you are hardly having to hold the throttle grip. Have a look at the sight glass, and voila!

How often do you change the oil on a KLR 650?

Kawasaki recommends an initial oil change after the motorcycle’s first 500 miles, followed by subsequent oil changes every 6,000 miles. However, extreme weather conditions or off-road racing may call for an oil change sooner than the recommended mileage interval. The procedure is the same for all KLR 650 models.

How often do you change the oil on a klr650?

How much gas does a KLR 650 hold?


Engine Type Single-cylinder, water-cooled, four-stroke, DOHC, 4 valves
Compression Ratio 9.8 : 1
Fuel Capacity 6.1 US gal (23 l)
Oil Capacity 2.64 US qt (2.50 l)
Ground Clearance 8.3 in (211 mm)

What kind of engine does a Kawasaki KLR 600 have?

Kawasaki KLR 600 Make Model Kawasaki KLR 600 Year 1984 – 85 Engine Four stroke, single cylinder, DOHC, 4 va Capacity 564 cc / 34.4 cu-in Bore x Stroke 96 x 78 mm

What oil do you use in your KLR650?

First post here, 1st KLR650 (2008). The factory manual specifies 10W40 engine oil (API SE, SF, or SG; API SH, SJ, or SL with JASO MA) for my 2008, it seems many are using something heavier, e.g. 20W50.

Is the Kawasaki kl600r the greatest idea since the wheelie?

At the time, it seemed like the greatest idea since the invention of the wheelie: a dual-purpose bike with performance. “It” was the KL600R, Kawasaki’s long-awaited entry in the Open-class dual-purpose sweepstakes.

How fast does the KL go from 40 to 60?

The KL takes 5 seconds to accelerate from 40 to 60 mph; Honda 4.3, the Yamaha 4.6. From 60 to 80 mph the the Kawasaki requires a full 7 seconds, while both the Honda and Yamaha need only 5.6, which is almost a second and a half less. In fact, even Honda’s XL350 is quicker in that respect.