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Maintenance Schedule

I did a search but couldn't find anything regarding what needs done when. If there's nothing online I'll buy the service manual (or the Haynes) but I thought I'd check as there seems to be tons of info on here. Maybe I just can't find it.

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A quick google search resulted in this:

http://www.triumph.co.uk/media/Dayto...t_March061.pdf

I'd still recommend either manual, though. They're always nice to have.

Edit: the same chart is in the owner's manual, if you have that.
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Oops. I searched this site. Didn't think to Google it.

Thanks

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Not a problem. I just happened to have that handy since I just did my 12k service.
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Just noticed it in the owner's manual too.
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kinda of a stupid question but when i look at the Maintenance Chart from what i understand it says to change the oil every 500miles?? am i reading it wrong? i thought i need to change it every 2500-3000 miles.
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1st change is at 500 then every 6K

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Manufacturer recommends oil and filter change every 6K.

However, it all depends on how you ride. I change oil/filter every 3K, with K&N filter and Motul 300V double ester. Not cheap, but it is the life blood of the engine.

Have come across people who change every track day too. Now that's expensive.

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maintenance? Wait you have to do crap to these things? I now hate motorcycles.

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wow every 6000? i used to have an R6 and i did it every 3000...after 6000 miles wouldn't the oil be dark and dirty? would it hurt the bike if you did the oil every 3000 miles?
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