Main Motorcycle: 1998 Tiger
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Location: New Westminster, Canada
Other Motorcycle: 1973 Z1 900
Extra Motorcycle: 1977 KZ 1000
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You are better off using a level over a capacity. Sometimes they list both, sometimes they don't. If you don't have a gauge, you can cut a zip tie or something to the proper length and fill up to that level.
What viscosity oil are you using?
Shell makes a dandy fork oil called TELLUS.
It comes in many viscosities. I use a combo of #32 and #46.
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