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post #1 of 24 Old 03-30-2009, 02:49 PM Thread Starter
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Ok I know how much oil my T-Cat takes and how much our 454s take. But I remember seeing a thread on here about oil levels and I know last year or early this year cat revised the oil levels for all there quads. Some one had posted a sheet of all the revised oil levels and I found that really helpful. My boss just bought a 2008 700 EFI non H1 and I would like to find the revised oil level for that. I could ask the dealer but I thought that sheet with all the quads on it with the revised oil levels was really cool but i cant seem to find it, I have been digging for it for the last hour now and cant find it.. Thanks guys

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On the newer cats unscrew the stick and place back in with out screwing in. Should be between the marks.

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you are suppose to screw them in on my T-Cat to check the level, Some of them you are suppose to check without screwing them in. I know how to check the level but I was just looking for that really cool sheet that had all the capacities on it. Thanks for the help though.

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I am also looking for some info on oils. I dont know how much to put in the diffs.

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Suzuki motors out and cat motors in. It really is that simple.
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (stivey1 @ Apr 1 2009, 11:15 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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Suzuki motors out and cat motors in. It really is that simple.[/b]
+1!

My 650H1 & wifey's 550H1 is screwd in to check.


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Here is that sheet. I am not sure, but I think some of the oil capacities were questioned last time it was posted.

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i thought i read in my book the h1's were to be checked without screwing dipstick in,,,i better check ,,cause if that soo i've got a little too much oil in her
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