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Derbi Senda DRD 125 SM fork oil level

Hi for the first time I post here i just changed my fork seals and now I'm stuck as I dont have the oil levels for these forks and I don't want to change from standard they are sff type forks and are ready for oil and fitting back to bike Please If anyone knows it would really help me as my bike just stays there doing nothing and taking space thanks

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SOURCE: Drain and change oil

I can't tell you all the particulars from the limited amount of pictures of your bike. -Remove the oil drain bolt on the bottom of the crankcase (the universal bolt size for bikes use a 17mm wrench). -Drain the oil (remember to recycle). -Re-install the drain bolt with a new sealing washer if necessary. -The oil fill cap should be some where on the top of the crankcase. About 1 or 25mm in diameter with a raised tab for turning. -Fill with recommended oil. -There are 2 ways to check oil level on dirt bikes: 1) Oil level check bolt. On the right side cover. 2) Oil level site glass. A 1 round piece of glass on the side of the crankcase. Usually by the kick start & R brake lever. -Always check the oil level with the bike upright (as if you were sitting on it). -Check bolt - fill with oil slowly until oil comes out of the check bolt and re-install it. -Sight glass - fill with oil to cover 3/4 of the sight glass. -Remember to hold the bike upright when adding oil.,

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SOURCE: fitting back kick start spring mechanism derbi

Hi I have a derbi senda sm 2005 Just brought a kickstart shaft but carnt rember how to fit it n how the springs go If any1 can help please let me no

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SOURCE: i want to have more horsepower

Hey. Replacing the stock cam with a performance camshaft will help. To gain more horsepower you should also make the airflow to the engine better. Replacing the stock sylinder with a big bore 150cc kit will sure make the engine more willing. The engine on a 08 Derbi senda baja model, is the same engine that you will find on a Yamaha TTR 125. So that is what you should search for. Hope it helps:)

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Too much oil in the fork on re-assembly can cause the seal to go.
Worn or loose fork bushes will flog the seal prematurely.
When you transport the bike-if you don't use a seal saver can pop the seals.

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Be sure that the fork slider is not scored,dinged or damaged on th surface.

A good double check of the oil quantity is to ensure that when you have re-filled the tube with oil & primed it(worked the air out of it), the oil level should be 100 to 110 mm from the top of the leg to the oil with the fork fully compressed. If the level is less than this-drop it to 100mm.

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