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Great bike but it pisses oil into the air box. Ends up with the luxury of a self oiling chain and a huge mess on the side of the bike. This has been happening since new. Am I putting too much oil in the tank should I only check oil when hot to allow for expansion or is this one of those crappy little problems with this motor that I will just have to live with?aways check oil when it warm and don't overfill it. make sure the air filter stays clean. if the crank's vented to the air box a dirty air filter will allow the crank oil to be pulled into the airbox.,,

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