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hi can anyone tell me how much gear oil i need to put in my sherco 250 i know how to change it just not sure how much to put in any advise wouid be much appreciated cheers

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Hi

Now i,am a bit old to be learning the metric system, but even I know that cc,s measure volume and millimetres measure length - Now if you mean millilitres??? They are the same as cc,s so 450cc is the same as 450mils. I stand to be corrected by anyone who was taught the NEW fangled way!!!

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Hi

Now i,am a bit old to be learning the metric system, but even I know that cc,s measure volume and millimetres measure length - Now if you mean millilitres??? They are the same as cc,s so 450cc is the same as 450mils. I stand to be corrected by anyone who was taught the NEW fangled way!!!

HI ,

well spotted , yes you are correct it is mils (450) liquid form and not length.

Its a long time since i was at school.

Thanks

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When i was changing the oil in my garelli it said on the casing 1500cc of oil i asked about 10 different people what that was in millilitres and no one knew how to convert it???? :o NICE ONE!

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The "millilitre" is one thousandth of a litre

A litre is a cube 10cm x 10cm x 10cm (1000 cubic centimeters)

So,

one millilitre = 1cc

Sorry :o

I know what I am :rotfl:

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