oil amount in crf 150r
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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2006

    Default oil amount in crf 150r

    just pick up a 07' crf 150r and want to do it first oil change how much goes it.

  3. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2006
    Menasha, WI.


    not 'effing much. there are 2 oil cavities. 1 for trans and 1 for the motor. if u change the filter and the engine oil its like 600cc's just the oil it's 550cc's or so. put in 500cc's and then stick it. i run mine at the highest line on the stick without the stick threaded in.
    trans is 600 also.
    these things use a bit of oil too. mine has since new with a new piston or 1 with a few hrs on it. check the motor oil regularly. i do at least once a session.
    change it every other ride. for me that's like every 4-5 hrs of use. ichange trans oil every other motor oil change.
    changing is a bit confusing too. the engine oil drains out of the bottom of the motor on the opposite side of the engine oil filler. thats the 1 with the dipstick.
    the trans oil drains out the left side of the motor and all over the frame rail making a nice mess. u check it from a weep hole on the same side as the trans oil filler.
    confused? i was. get a manual if u don't have 1.
    these are great bikes tho. i have hammered mine and it keeps coming back for more.
    have fun!
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  4. #3
    Join Date
    May 2005
    Marshall, MI


    Mine hardly uses any oil, its bone stock motor wise. Make sure you follow the instructions for checking the oil. You have to let the bike run for a few min then let it sit a few min. If you don't wait then it will seem low and you will add to much.

    I fill the tranny to spec and never even crack the weep hole. I checked the weep hole the first 2 times I changed it and it was spot on. So now I just put in the correct amount.

  5. #4
    Join Date
    May 2006
    Prescott Arizona


    Wait! There's oil in there??????


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