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hello guys new here 1st post i just got into atvs and i love it i have a 2003 650 and i got a couple of questions..1st for the oil change how many quarts does it take the dealer says three but i think that might be to much...2nd i ride the bike in the mud a lot and temp gauge blinks could it be cause of the mud cause it started after a 4 hour use and then soon after it would start after a couple of minutes of use i already cleaned the Radiator but how do i drain the coolant to add some and which one should i use..last what performance parts can i install to it make it go faster.... thanks in advanced...

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I remember reading that the 650 takes 2.3 quarts with a filter change and 2.2quarts with just an oil change.The 2.3 quarts will also need to be checked once you"re done. The BF has the dip stick screwed in to check the oil. If you don"t screw your dip stick in while checking your oil, you will overfill the crankcase oil and it will blow out into your air box.Not sure about the blinking light. I"d be checking all the connections at the battery for corrosion/breaks/contacting surfaces that shouldn"t be touching.Performance mods can range from an aftermarket CDI to upgraded exhaust and aftermarket air filters. Do a search on google and you"ll see some good links for that.
thanks guys for the help i think it was just all the mud it had cause i drove it for like 5 hours straight this sunday with now problem once again thanks
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