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Oil pouring from air filter box

Hey there. well started my bike as normal. let it warm up. just about to get on and i've got oil gushing out of the air filter box.

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No, that doesn't sound good. You must have over filled your oil? Either that, or you have bad rings,sticky valve.

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Thats not good sounds like ring blow by

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