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I edited-out the rude-sounding parts of this response to put my best foot forward.

I'm going to point out a few things...
  • Place the cap on clean surface, like on top of a towel on a shop table, or in a clean plastic tray.
  • To access the oil drain plug and oil filter, it's easiest to remove the left cowling, not the right one.
    • When trying to access the oil drain plug from the right side of the bike, the exhaust tubing is in the way
    • Eventually, you'll be able to do oil changes without removing the cowling (on 2015-2018 R3s)
  • Buy an oil filter tool and any sand paper; size-specific oil filter tools aren't necessary
 

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My apologies - I didn't know it was your video.
With a little more scripting & editing, your channel will see exponential growth. Keep up the good work!

I'm a dick sometimes (but I promise: I recant when I realize I did something wrong).
 
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