everything sounds solid here at 400 mi. think I'll extend my 1st OCI out to late fall or 1200..
1,200 miles before first oil and filter change.:tsk::tsk::tsk: no no no.
It's critical to change the oil and filter at the end of break-in period, 600 miles or so due to metallic material saturating the oil and filter.
And yes, if a shop, dealer or independent, wants more than $100 for 600 mile service something aint right, especially if it's the dealer where you bought it from.
And where in the manual does it say to check oil pressure?
I do mine, all bikes, with a floor jack and blocks of wood.
Floor jack right side under the exhaust pipe mount, jack it up so the back wheel is off the ground and the kick stand and front tire and jack are supporting the bike. Make sure the front tire stays straight. The bike at this point will be leaning a lot.
Place blocks of wood long enough to support both sides of the frame towards the back far enough to get to the drain plug under the bike, then slowly let the jack down as you pull the bike straight up. It should be level with the back tire off the ground just a bit when resting on the blocks.. If you put weight on the back you should be able to move the front wheel and steering freely to check those if you wish.
If you don't have one you can get an oil filter wrench for $10 at Yamaha or at an auto parts store that sale the filters, pretty common filters and. wrench.
When under the bike loosening or tightening the plug or filter it's a good idea to have someone help steady the bike for obvious reasons.
You can check for loose nuts, bolts and screws with metric wrenches, Allan and Philips screws. But assembled properly it's not common to find many loose because small ones they use lock tight and torque the rest.
Lube your cables if you wish, check belt tension, not likely to need adjusting at 600 miles. Check clutch lever play and inspect for any fluid leaks. Did I miss anything? oh ye, check the coolant level in the reservoir under the right side of the bike, it should be at the full line when the bike is cold, get another beer because by now your probably dry.:nod: