Question about Motorcycles
Is it being lost or is it building up??? There is no way for the volume of oil to increase unless you are adding oil to the crank case. If the volume IS increasing ... I would suspect you are actually adding gas (check for a bad carb float) or water (check compression for possible head gasket failure if you have a water cooled machine). In either event, this is a serious issue and unless you have special training and tools, you probably cannot fix it. It is noted you mention neither make nor model of the machine in question, much less the year.
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