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Fuel getting into oil

Was first thought due to leaving fuel on and leaving on side stand for long periods but since changing oil and putting on a paddock stand seems to be happening again after only about 60 miles. Any ideas wot can be causing this?

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Your carb are over flowing .a bad float needle could cause this .If it is fuel injection one of them is hanging open .That is the onle thing that would cause this

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