I paid $141 at Champion Motorsports in Costa Mesa, also where I bought my bike. It was $99/hour plus cost of materials. I could have argued that my bike wasn't being serviced for the entire time but I had to get back to work. You may have better luck.Where at exactly in Socal? I live in Socal as well... Riverside area, but for a good price, I would be willing to take the longer ride.
Any reason not to do it you self, for the cost of a filter and oil? I understand some people are just not into doing service them self though.. This service is very easy to do yourself.
Then again, the owners manual tells you that the oil changes must be done by a dealer haha..
Some people ask the dealer to stamp the warranty booklet when you do the oil change. I've never done that, but it's not a bad idea. Come to think of it, I've never had a single warranty issue with any of my 3 Kawasakis.Good suggestion, always get them to stamp the book. I dont leave until they have. One minor thing could cost you........... lots of money and time without your weapon.
might want to read kawasaki australia web siteCheck up aftermarket parts too as this is the same, Kawasaki may not honor your warranty if they have evidence that you have modified your vehicle........ removal of any factory part even if replaced must be with a genuine kawasaki OEM part to stay within the warranty conditions. Thats how I know it in oz, well worth checking!!!