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Oil in the sump of Motor cycle became dry. forgotten to fill. now filled full but has black smoke coming out of exhaust pipe sometimes alongwith fire (as if some friction happens inside). Please advic

Put oil in sump. dries quickly. shown to workshop. They says there is problem in Piston and Cylinder because of over heat and friction due to absence of oil in sump earlier. It is just assumption and opinion of mechanic but not yet physically opened the engine and not yet physically seen the defect.

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The shop mechanic is probably correct. Any time you run an engine dry of oil it will indeed overheat and most probably cause so much friction that your engine will have severe problems usually the cylinders or heads becoming warped or even cracked. To be honest with you I think that you may be looking at buying a new engine, I am sorry to say. Personally I would not try to have anyone repair your engine because you will probably still have problems in the future.

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