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I added the amounts of each oil translated from the brit manuals to US measurements for when I am looking for this info again.
Keywords: BSA A65 Oil Change
Which is on the left side of the engine. It's for lubing your primary chain, clutch plates, etc. It has a drain in one of the bolts that holds the sidecover on, but they tend to break over the years. It's best to just remove the side cover and replace all the fluid. I use cheap ATF from Crappy Tire in mine.
1/4 Pint = 4 fl oz cheap ATF
You have your gearbox oil, which is put in where you have the plastic dipstick on your engine. There is a big nut on the bottom of your engine...which is the drain for the gearbox only. Drain the shit, and replace with EP90 Gear Oil...also from Crappy Tire.
7/8 Pint = 14 fl oz EP90 Gear Oil
Third, you have the engine oil. This is what's in your oil tank, and is drained from your oil tank and filter if you have one. At any given time, you should have a couple of ounces of this oil in your engine. It's drained using the sump plate on the bottom of the motor. It's square and held on by four plates. I replaced mine with one with a drain plug in it...makes wetsumping problems and oil changes much easier. Fill your oil tank, prefill your oil filter (if you have one) with regular motorcycle oil...again...from Crappy Tire. I use 20W-50, but if you want a thinner oil, run 15W-40.
5 pints = 80 fl oz 20W-50
Don't buy the expensive oils....they'll cause more harm than good on these old bikes.