Note: Although the above answer will work, the PW80 is an auto-injector bike. The oil tank is located under the seat which is removed with 2 10mm nuts accessed under the rear fender. There is a viewing window on the left side cover to check the oil level. You should use Auto-Injection 2-stroke oil available from a Yamaha dealer.
we have one in the family. you have to remove the seat as above but you do not have to mix the petrol and oil yourself
.69 US quart .79 if disassembled
take the old one off than put the new one on simple as that.
Under the seat theres two nuts un screw those and that is your oil resivoir wich injects into your carb fill that resivoir with 2 stroke oil and u can tell wen its full by looking at the window on the side for the dip stick i put regular 10w 30 and mine runs fine
On the lower left side next to the clutch spring there is a twist knob. Unscrew it and put some oil in it
About 2.75q with a new filter, and about 2.5q if you are just changing the oil
10w-30 engine oil preferably motorcycle type oil for wet clutch.
the amount is stamped on side of case
About 2.5 Quarts of 10w 40 wet clutch oil.
stock yamalube 4 stroke oil for the transmission only
When changing the oil in a Yamaha Virago 250, it depends on the engine size as to how much oil to put in. If it is a 1.4L only 0.36 gallons of oil are needed. However, if it is a 2L then 0.52 gallons are necessary. Do not overflow the reservoir.
500ml. It's stamped on the side of the engine.
I like castrol Activo part synthetic
It should say on the side of the case it will be like _______cc
10w 30 1/3 qt
you apply oil to the suspension area and then push it up and down to work the oil in.
yes 2 stroke in the bottle on the handle bars and oil in the trans.