Put fuel stabilizer in the fuel. Disconnect the battery and put it on charge. Lube the chain.Hey guys,
I bought a brand new Ninja 300 and I have around 960km on it. My first service is due at 1000km so I was just wondering if I should get my bike serviced before I store it away for winter or if I should just store it and then get it serviced as soon as spring rolls around. I heard that I need to change my oil and change the air filter before storing the bike for the winter. Since the days are getting colder, should I make a trip down to the dealership, get my service done, and then put the bike away?
I personally don't see the point of getting the bike serviced if it's going to go into storage for the next 4 months, but I could be wrong and I heard that the oil gets bad. Any tips on what I should do?
After winter sleep, reconnect the battery, lube chain, make sure tires are at the proper psi, go for a drive to book your first service.