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DFDFF
I'm having the 600 mile service done today at a dealer and want to know what it's costing everyone. Thanks

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riotcontrol
I was quoted $167 or something like that. Ended up doing the oil change and chain adjustment myself (kept receipts) and have to do the throttle body adjustment this weekend.
 
Indianapolis, IN

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tino206
I was quoted $167 or something like that. Ended up doing the oil change and chain adjustment myself (kept receipts) and have to do the throttle body adjustment this weekend. 
Indianapolis, IN
Same here, I will do the TB when I hit 2k probably

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Guest Ralph
Here in the UK the service is free but you have to pay for the oil n filter,
about $32 all in but 6000 miler coming up soon bet they know how to charge
for that.

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snowdriftless
Mine was right under $100, I did the oil change myself.

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Beemer
I paid $18 for a gallon of Yamalube, the cost of a new filter (forget what that was but cheap). I will buy a washable K&N next oil change. Just way cheaper and easier to do it all yourself, it's not hard to do, take your time and you'll be ok. Hit a snag, you'll get help here. Tip: When adjusting the chain just do it in small increments and check it each time you make an adjustment. When you put oil in it don't rush that either. When you get the level between the two marks in the window (preferably closer to the top mark) you'll be ok.
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pantheraleo
150 bucks, 200 minus 50 because I got some coupon from Yamaha when I bought the bike. Last money of mine the dealer will ever see...I just wanted to document the first service. I know it is not mandatory to do so.

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JA50N
154 bucks with a K&N filter and oil included in that price.

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ladyfz
$30 for oil, $10 or $12 for the K&N oil filter and that's it since I did the oil change and chain adjustment myself. Still need to do the TB though.

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batscat
$130 for throttle body synchronization and general checkover/ chain adjustment.
 
I do my own own oil changes

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ornery
Less than $20.00 for Shell Rotella T6 Full Synthetic and less than $10.00 for a HiFlo-Filtro Oil Filter HF 303. Also did the chain myself. No hurry to do the throttle bodies. What am I missing if it's a bit out of synch? Mileage? Power? Not a big concern. If there's more to worry about, let me know and I'll get to it.
 
In the meantime, could someone tell me what the thinking is behind having an oil plug on there with no gasket? Something to do with vibration concerns? I added a magnetic one and a seal. Tightened it as much as I dare. Don't want to strip the damn thing! I could put lock-tite on next time around, if that's a good idea, but I would think the temperature would render that useless.

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bmwpowere36m3
Less than $20.00 for Shell Rotella T6 Full Synthetic and less than $10.00 for a HiFlo-Filtro Oil Filter HF 303. Also did the chain myself. No hurry to do the throttle bodies. What am I missing if it's a bit out of synch? Mileage? Power? Not a big concern. If there's more to worry about, let me know and I'll get to it. 
In the meantime, could someone tell me what the thinking is behind having an oil plug on there with no gasket? Something to do with vibration concerns? I added a magnetic one and a seal. Tightened it as much as I dare. Don't want to strip the damn thing! I could put lock-tite on next time around, if that's a good idea, but I would think the temperature would render that useless.
 
 
Oil drain bolt? It uses a crush washer under the head to do the sealing. The factory one is steel, like a spark plug crush washer... but you can use any M14 copper or aluminum flat sealing washer.
 
Remember, for the most part they are a one-time use kind of thing.
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Guest Ralph
If it as a tendency to stall do the throttle body sync if not it's likely right.

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Eastern Kayaker
Serviced at Yamaha dealer for $238, this covered oil change, TB sync, clean-lubricate-adjust chain, check bike out based on 600 mile service specs.

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vertigo
$138 CAD tax included here in southern Ontario.

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