I'm approaching the first 600 miles on the new busa. I like to do most general maintanence myself but, should I take it to the dealer for the first service?
They're suppose to check all the bolts and inspect everything, adjust the chain, etc. But I'm not sure that gets done. My dealership said they didn't care as far as warranty goes and I've never had a problem.Thanks. The dealer I bought it from wants 250.00. Wasn't sure if they did anything besides oil change and check bolts. I think I'll take care of it myself.
Yeah, I believe we've had others post here about how little the shop actually did do, but you pay for it ??? My dealer said self-servicing the Busa wouldn't void the warranty as well, but as a disclaimer, I'll add I never had to test that theory...They're suppose to check all the bolts and inspect everything, adjust the chain, etc. But I'm not sure that gets done. My dealership said they didn't care as far as warranty goes and I've never had a problem.
I usually don't recommend people to switch to synthetic until the 2nd oil change to be sure everything is broken in properly.I'm approaching the 600 mile mark on mine as well. In reference to the mention of synthetics two posts prior, is it not recommended to use synthetics until after a certain mileage is reached?
What type of oil is used from the factory/dealer?
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