Question about 2008 Benelli Tre-K 1130 Amazonas
I topped the oil up after checking the oil level with the bike OFF the main stand and being held upright by my mate (as advised by the bike shop). Upon next taking the bike out it would barely do 60MPH (there was no oil/smoke coming out of either exhaust can) so I turned round and headed home a round trip of about 15 miles. As I had only topped up the oil and the bike was running fine before this, I decided to drain the oil and put some new in (this time measuring the 3.4L) is says it holds on the side of the engine. Allowing for some oil always to remain in the sump I got 3.0L in (but about 6.0L out)!! Bike now runs fine. However, will I have damaged the engine in the process? I've checked the airbox but there's no oil in there (relief) and the spark plugs are not 'gummed' up. Thanks in anticipation.,i dont think so. im assuming your crankcase vent routes to your airbox, as with the bies ive seen. hopefully someone else will come along and verify or correct me.,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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