Suzuki SV650 Oil Change Guide
If you are planning on changing the oil in your Suzuki SV650, we've got all of the information you need to get the job done. Below we've got instructions for your Suzuki SV650 oil change, all of the service information you'll need, fun facts, and a video to walk you through your SV650 oil change step-by-step.
For more help, we offer motorcycle oil change kits to give you everything you need for your oil change: 3 quarts of 10W-40 synthetic oil, an oil filter, a crush washer, a funnel, and an oil change reminder sticker.
HOW TO VIDEO
WHAT YOU'LL NEED
- 10W-40 engine oil
- Oil filter
- Crush washer
- 17mm wrench or socket and ratchet
- Drain pan
- 67mm oil filter wrench (09915-40620)
- High-flash solvent (like brake cleaner, acetone, or paint thinner)
Oil Change Instructions
- Situate the motorcycle so that it is vertical after warming up the engine.
- Place the oil pan beneath the engine.
- Remove the engine oil drain plug to drain the oil.
- Replace the drain bolt washer with a new one and tighten the drain bolt.
- Remove the oil filter with the oil filter wrench.
- Apply a thin coat of oil to the filter O-ring before filter installation.
- Pour in the specified amount of oil and check oil level.
- Clean any residual oil from the motorcycle exhaust.
- Start engine, check for leaks, add oil if necessary.
Get Everything You Need In One Box
A Factory Racing Parts Oil Change Kit comes with the oil, filter, crush washer, funnel, and oil change sticker you need to change the oil on your SV650.
- Viscosity: SAE 10W-40
- Capacity: 2.7L (2.6 qt) (When filter is not removed.)
2.75L (2.9 qt) (When filter is removed.)
- Coolant Capacity: 0.8 gal.
- Oil change interval: 3,800 Miles
- Air Filter: 13780-44H00
- Battery: 33610-14G11
- Oil Filter: 16510-07J00
2017 Suzuki SV650
2018 Suzuki SV650
2019 Suzuki SV650
2020 Suzuki SV650
2019 Suzuki SV650X
2020 Suzuki SV650X
DID YOU KNOW?
- The 1985 GSX-R 750 was considered the first "race-replica" with its street legal, detuned version of the works GS1000R racer. It was ultra light weight using magnesium parts along with a race style tachometer that didn't even register until 3000rpms.
- The oil holes of the GSX-R1000 crankshaft are inspected by the human eye using tiny precision cameras due to the extreme high-performance nature of the bikes. Engines in other Suzukis are checked by machine.