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2006 KX250F blowing oil out breather should I be concerned?

Just baught my 2006 KX250F and its blowing oil out the breather, I noticed the oil level is a bit high, and by a bit I mean the sight glass was completely full... Is it blowing oil out the breather just becaus it was overfilled? Or should I be concerned about something else?

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Hi
ther is a chance that being over filled will blow out of the crank breather so drain off to the correct level if then the bike still does this then you have to high crank presure meaning the bore and piston/rings are badly worn
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