Servicing your Motorcycle
Regular servicing is vital to keep your motorcycle operating at its optimal efficiency, it also helps to highlight any underlying problems or worn components before they become dangerous , saving you money in the long run.
Manufacturer based services work on mileage or age, roughly working out at a service every 4000 miles or 12 months, if you ride through the winter then this becomes 4000 miles or 6 months.
See Below for Service Options
Minor Engine Service
Spark plug check, air filter check, oil and filter change and a coolant/antifreeze check.
Intermediate Engine service
Spark plug change, air filter change, oil and filter change, coolant/antifreeze check and carb/throttle body synchronization.
Major engine service
Valve clearance check and adjust, spark plug change, air filter change, oil and filter change, coolant/antifreeze change and carb/throttle body synchronization.
Inspect brakes, release calipers, remove pads and clean and lubricate pistons.
Major brake service
Full caliper strip down, replace seals as required, clean reassemble and lubricate, bleed through new fluid.
Standard front fork and rear shock service, Inspect seals for wear and leaks, change fork oil for correct grade oil. Rear remove shock and inspect shock linkages bearings etc,replace as required, lubricate and reassemble.
Lubrication of pivot points, cables chain etc, adjust chain and wheel alignment, lighting check.
Major lube service
Lubrication of pivot points, cables, chain etc, adjust chain and wheel alignment, lighting check + removal of spindles and pinch bolts, clean lubricate and reassemble.
Our recommendations are that a minimum service requirement would be a combination of 1A and 4A.