Originally Posted by J C F D
You have to dissasemble the motor to drop the oil in right?
You sure do...
Take all the hex head bolts out, front and back. (they're imperial sizes FYI).
Take the front endbell off. - Be sure to save any washer on the shaft and the paper seal.
Wash that front bearing out and re-oil. Take your time.
Take the rear plastic panel off and get the dust out of the recesses.
Few drops on the inner bearing down hurt. Don't go overboard or it will coat all the sensors in gunk.
Take your time and let the oils penetrate. Wipe off the excess and re-assemble.
Older rotors with the kevlar wrap can be difficult to take out. The wrap gets in the way. Just take your time and ease it out. Don't be afraid to use medium pressure though. Just don't yank the rotor out.
**AngryAsian does not accept responsibility for you breaking your motor. Use common sense..**