Any half blind moron can see that a 6' 185lb guy on a CRF80F isn't going to be setting any record lap times. The CRF80F is the redheaded bastid stepchild of Honda dirtbikes, you can get whatever you want for the Fiddy's and a whole lot for the 100's but the 80 is lucky to have 10 aftermarket products available at any time.
Still, it's a fun little bike, it's paid for, and it doesn't cost much to keep it around. So yesterday I received a nice box from WPS that had a set of handguards, new grips, new dirt helmet (which can do double duty on the BMW in the hot hot sumer as a dualsport helmet) and a few other little cool bits.
As I'm mounting the generic handguards I step back, have a look and realize they are not lining up with each other. Fiddle and tweak as much as I like but one is still pointed an inch lower than the other. I saddleup to survey and guess what... the bars are totally wonked. Must've happened a couple weeks ago when I heavy lowsided my head into the ground and felt my brain shift inside my skull.
Back to the computer at 9:30pm, ordered a new set of bars and head bearings too, might as well while I have it apart.
Which brings me to my question... While I disassemble the front end to replace the bars and bearings I want to add heavier oil to the forks (no spring upgrades available) - I can't figure out which oil I should use, or even the process for draining and filling these little forks. Any ideas?