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Fzr 250 water getting into oil

I put in a brand new head gasket so I'm ruling that out what else could cause water to get into the oil.

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  • troyhayward Feb 04, 2010

    All surfaces were checked and a silicon hylomar spray was applied to the head gasket it's not the gasket

  • troyhayward Feb 04, 2010

    Ok so what if i put some radiator stop leak in and see if that stops the problem? i have taken this bike apart 4 times already i dont feel like making it a 5th.

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Good day, if you had a new gasket then maybe theres a problem in the cylinder head. try to rephase the head for it may have a little space that the water can pass. have a nice day

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    dj_relly999 Feb 04, 2010

    good day! if you had a new head gasket then theres 1 more problem, try rephasing your cylinder head for it may have a little space that water can pass thru. it will surely help. have a nice day

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    dj_relly999 Feb 04, 2010

    ok.. good to hear that. well i dont think that a radiator leak will fell inside the engine oil. is your gasket has the same holes as the original you just replaced? coz there should be no cause of water issues anymore. have you drained the engine oil entirely? there might be some residues.

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