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have the water system pressurised just to make sure the gaskets etc are ok !
milky oil is a you know wot to get all out without stripping the motor !
could try buying several oil changes of cheap oil ( wash filter out in petrol each time )and run engine stationary and no reving a couple of hrs each time so engine gets hot and then as the oil gets cleaner replace with top oil and new filter !
You might have installed the head gasket wrong (Upside down or backward) or put the left head on the right side, You need to pull that head again and check that all the water holes line up with the gasket between the block and head, Also you should only use oil on the head bolts, the moly will allow the bolts to back off over time.
If you ran your engine for even a small amount of time without oil, you will likely have significant engine damage. At the least you will probable need to get your cylinder walls honed or smoothed out and piston rings replaced. It may be cheaper to just replace the engine,
I i am not wrong you are asking about adding oil to the petrol tank. you should not add oil in petrol tank for any 4 stroke engines yours is 4 stroke. engine oil will act as a lubricant to the piston.No need to add oil with petrol for Honda Activa.
If that happend anly after loner period of time without turnin on the bike, it's nothing serious, only the oil drains to the lower part's of the engine. But if that noise happen every time regardless how much time ylour bike is sitting without turning on, than you need to check the engine. For now check the oil level in your engine, maybe it's low and need refill.
carb float had a hole in it and 'sank' allowing fuel to flow freely through the carb into the combustion chamber onto the piston down the walls into the sump.
This, my friend, is why there is a fuel valve on the tank
Of course there is a possibility your float didnt 'sink' ... but there is fuel in the sump. So, drain all the stuff - shoot a little oil into each spark plug hole and turn the engine over a couple times to get a good coat of oil on the walls.