I hit 980 miles on my 2014 FLHTCU, so I did my first change today. It took quite a bit longer than I expected, but I wanted to do it properly. Just looking for any 'ya screwed it up' or 'yeah, that'll do, donkey' to a couple questions. After reading tons of oil threads over the past month, I settled on: SYN-3 for the Engine Formula Plus for the Primary Red Line V-Twin with Shockproof for the Transmission. The transmission oil was the one I struggled with most (as far as what to use). I am not in the least bit afraid to throw in something I get at WalMart as long as it'll do the job. But also, $16 as opposed to $8 on a once-every-5000-miles change is not going to break the back. Here are my observations and experiences. When I was buying the oils, the parts guy says 'Throw one quart in the primary, one quart in the tranny, and 3 quarts in the engine'. Both my service manual and owners manual say 38 oz "wet" in the primary (45 oz dry). Significant difference, percentage-wise, between 32 and 38 oz - and both manuals say to be careful and NOT overfill. I put in 38 oz - followed the manuals. 3 quarts was good for the engine and the one quart of Red Line was right for the transmission. Would it have been OK to just throw in one quart in the Primary? As I read about it, it seems that this is not a very demanding lube job. So maybe one quart is fine? In any case, it's not a lot of money to add 6 oz. For the 3 drain plugs, I've read that it is very easy to over-tighten them. So I tightened them with a normal 3/8" drive socket wrench just very snug - like I do on my Cummins. I think the o-rings are very nicely seated. Should that be OK? Each of the three drain plugs had darn near nothing as far as metal shavings. Just a touch. So that looked good. But something I found odd... They all had edit of thread sealer. It was white, so probably the LocTite 565 - something like that. None of the manuals said anything about using thread sealer. I am wondering if I should on my next change. Thoughts? Road test was fine. No leaks. Had a couple drops burn on the exhaust from where the funnel probably dripped when I took it out, but that cleared up in about a minute. All in all, took longer than I thought. I was surprised to NOT see much metal on the plugs, and TO see a lot of thread sealer. Have a nice rest of the weekend, folks!