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Old May 2nd 2017, 08:38 PM   #1
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Dealer Oil Change Price

Im new to the Ducati world and my 1299 just hit over 600 miles and its asking for the Oil Service. I passed by my dealer where I bought the bike and asked for a quote and he said $400 Labor and about $100 in parts. I was blown away. I am used to changing my own oil and my last (Non-Italian) bikes. I figured I would take it to the dealership because I see a lot of used Ducati's claiming that they have records of all Services performed. My question is...

1. Is the average Oil Change really $500
2. Does it really make a difference for resell to have the records?
3. Does anyone here perform their own Oil change? If so how to you clear the oil service message?

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Old May 2nd 2017, 08:40 PM   #2
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Old May 2nd 2017, 08:51 PM   #3
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Old May 2nd 2017, 08:56 PM   #4
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$500 for an oil change?!?!!

Never EVER go back to that dealership again.
If you were local, I'd do it for a beer.

I'm pretty sure I've seen a decent how-to someone on here has posted. If you've done oil changes on your other bikes, you'll have no problems.

Just keep your own records if you're concerned about resale, that should be good enough for any potential buyer.

EDIT: Found the oil change post, courtesy of AntiHero:
How to: Change Oil

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Old May 2nd 2017, 09:22 PM   #5
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In Australia its $500 for a oil change I did my own plus filter kept receipts. Will be going to the dealer for valve service though.

Oil was on special at $79 (supercheap auto) silkolene red bottle full synthetic 10w-40

Oil filter was $40

Some people are vary concerned and would only buy a ducati if it has all the servicing done by a dealer.

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Old May 2nd 2017, 09:31 PM   #6
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Since you're local, feel free to stop by and I'll help you change it. Just buy the oil, oem filter, o ring and crush washer. Should cost about $90-$100 max with motul 300v oil. 15w-50. An hour or two if we're shootin the shit and you'll be all set.

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But how do you reset the light? And his bike is at the first service so would need to have rpm unlocked.
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you dont reset the light unless you want to go to the dealer and pay 50 bucks. keep your recipets and note the oil change.

just to be safe change it once a year or when necessary. you dont need motul (i love motul) but only use it in the track bike.

go to amazon get 10w40 or 10w 50 castrol racing 4t. 6 qts are 45 bucks shipped and you will have 2 qts left for your next change. k and n filter is about 15 bucks vs ducati filter which is 35. i can hook you up with that. crush washer and gaskets 5 bucks and you are good to go.

you save so much money feel free to give the dealer 50 bucks to reset your light if it bothers you that much
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Way to high for an oil change but what the dealer is quoting you is for your break in service. There is an extensive list of items to check. Get a hold of a shop manual and go over those items yourself if you don't want to pay.
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Old May 3rd 2017, 05:53 AM   #10
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twisted is right thats first service not just an oil change. you pay for the privledge of them looking over your bike.

another thing you can do is take your stuff to the dealer and have them do it. bring 4 qts of oil the filter and the crush washers and gaskets they will charge you 30 min rate or like 65 bucks

tuneboy can reset the light i think
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