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Oil leaking I have an 500 intirmidator and it's dropping a small amount of oil from the crank case oil breather hose after a ride

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Any tips on stopping this or why it's occurring??Two questions 1.) How full is your crankcase with oil? In the middle of the window? Higher? Remember look when the bike is upright 2.) Do you spend much time at high RPMs?,

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