Getting into your new Slingshot is the most exciting part of the equation for the thoughts of purchasing the Polaris Slingshot. You should start reading the Owners Manual right away for all the important safety tips, operation, controls and Maintenance. At 100 miles rides a day it will not take you long to reach a critical part of Slingshot Ownership, the 500 mile first oil change. The owners manual will cover this period of time leading up to 500 mile point. You should take it easy, do not do quick starts or quick changes in speed. The reason for all of this is a controlled wear of the moving parts in the engine. Excessive forces will create uneven and excessive wear points. Once the 500 mile point is reached, the oil and filter in the engine must be changed. At this point, your engine is ready to perform at peak performance. You can let it go and have fun. Always keep in mine that a three wheel vehicle does not perform like a 4 wheel vehicle, so be careful with speed in curves, watch road conditions for sand, gravel, obstacles in the road, and drive at your skill level.
Here are a couple of video with detailed view of the products that can be used and the procedure to change your engine oil and filter. It is not hard to do as you will see. Think safety from beginning to end of project. The old oil can be taken to any Auto Parts Store and discarded for free. Doing this yourself will save money and time. An Hour should be set aside for the project. Once this has been completed, you have 6000 miles of fun time driving and adventure ahead of you. Always look at the maintenance schedule and requirements in the Owner Manuals. Good Luck!