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Old 11-09-2005, 09:34 AM   #11
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when i first got my bonny it was vary low and vary black. i changed it 3 times in 5k.
now its nice and golden 20k later.
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Yup, I just bought my Bonnie and changed out the oil I could get to, it was black, and did smell real bad. How full do you fill this thing anyways (I just put it to the top)? My manual says nothing about the SC period (that I could find). I assume I'll need to change it a couple more times shortly to get the colour back to a nice fresh clear colour.
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I should change mine next week. Good thing I have my full out respirator from searchin cargo ships. j/k It cant stink that bad.
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It gets fillted to the bottom of the threads on the plug.

Series 1 I think it'* under 2 bottles Series 2 its two full bottles.

Chad..it'* bad..but I don't sit there and smiff at it..lol

Trick for changing is the old sprayer and bottle say like Windex... spray into the old bottle with the sprayer, cap and toss...
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Windex bottle, damn that would work well. I used an old turkey baster and added some rubber tubing from a nonrebreather O2 mask (lots of them at the Fire Hall) and just sucked it out, but couldn't get all of it though, hence the need to do it a few times I guess in order to get rid of all the black goo.
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Someone said the sprayer thing and it works great. You probably get 97% of the oil in there.
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I don't think mine has ever been changed, so I've been thinking about changing it soon... I'm inexperienced... I read the tutorial it seems simple enough that I can't f*** it up... right?
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I don't think mine has ever been changed, so I've been thinking about changing it soon... I'm inexperienced... I read the tutorial it seems simple enough that I can't f*** it up... right?
Right. You can use a pump sprayer from any household spray bottle if you like. Warm it up for a good 5 minutes first to thin out the oil and stir up the particles. Then go for it.
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