Guys, i bought a new Honda CBR 300RA and finished 1200km now. I have been advised to take it back to the dealer i bought to do it's first service. But, my friends are mocking with me. One of them, he said that "all they will do is to change the oil of the engine, that's all ! It's a brand new bike, they won't do anything anymore". He is advising me to change the oil of the engine by myself. What do you say ? Do you trust the services in Melbourne ? Do they really do their job as expected ? I'm asking these, because i had another friend who is collecting old motorcycles and fixing them to sell to others. Once he was trying to show me how to oil the chains, he used a lithium based grease from bunnings and he said that literally there is no need to buy those expensive oils to use on motorcycle chains. But when i check the manual, and web, i see tat using correct SAE graded oil is very important to expand the life for the chains and sprockets. So he was also saying that you can go 8.000-10.000 km more with this oil grease. It was interesting because as far as i know i have to oil my chains in every 300 to 500 km. So let's chop this mysterious issue and give a final answer. What exactly does Honda Service do at the first service of a brand new CBR 300RA. All the procedures ? Does anyone have that kind of a guide or knowledge ? If i can access to this information, then we can evaluate if we should take it to a service or not.