Here is a DIY for the Final Drive a Gearbox oil change.
Dealer quoted $450 for this work, I did this for about $60!
1L of Castrol SAF-XO/ Syntrax 75W90
1 x washer for FD - 33117695219
1 x washer for FD - 07119963132
1 x washer for Gearbox - 07119963300
1 x washer for Gearbox - 0711996320
T50 (rear wheel, my Kineos use a Hex 8, so just check)
Oil catch pan
Take the bike for a 15min ride to get the oil warm in the FD & gearbox.
Remove exhaust and rear wheel
Remove the FD drain plug with Hex 6 and have a oil pan inderneath to catch the oil. I let it drain for 30 mins.
While you wait you can check things like your rear brake pads or start on the gearbox.
Clean out the drain plug which is magnetic and catches particles.
Remove FD filler bolt with Hex 6. With the bike in neutral, give the hub a few turns to make sure all the oil is out.
Add new rubber seal to FD drain plug and screw back into the FD at 20Nm
Use the disposable syringe to fill the FD through the top filler. With a 100ml syringe you'd need 100ml on the first fill and 80ml on the last. Do it precisely and slowly. This needs to be exactly
180ml oil, no guessing here! Careful not to spill oil on the brake parts.
Once filled with 180ml, add teh new copper washer to the filler bolt and toghten to 20Nm.
That's it! Reinstall the wheel (wheel bolts 60Nm) and exhaust (bracket 10Nm, clamp to header 25Nm)
Loosen the filler bolt with a Hex 8
Remove the drain plug with 19mm socket with oil catch pan underneath
Let it drain for 30 mins.
Clean out the magnetic filler and add new washers to both filler and drain plug
Put the drain plug back and tighten to 30Nm.
Fill the gearbox with the syringe with 700ml oil. You should see the oil almost seeping over the filler threads.
Tighten filler bolt to 30Nm
You are done! Take for a ride and check for leaks.
Dispose of the old oil in an environmentally responsible manner!