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Two: 1) Oil spray at air intake. 2) Difficult shifting into 2nd

1) Air-filter fits snug at air intake port. Oil residue coats everything inside of filter cover, drips on bike and pavement.

2) With clutch fully disengaged, shift lever hangs in neutral instead of shifting into 2nd, causing over-rev when I crack the throttle.

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Check your breather/pcv line that comes out of the top of the head that goes to the airbox. It is at the top of the head under the gastank. sometimes the pcv gets hung open allowing oil vapor to flood the breather line/carb box. pull the pcv and clean it with come carb cleaner. you will be suprised how dirty it is. Alternatively there is a rubber line just in front of the starter under the airbox that sticks straight up and curves around the starter and plumbs out toward the rear of the bike. check to make sure it is clear of any restrictions and make sure it is not kinked. if it is it will cause the crankcase to build pressure and push oil into the breather/carb area. I had a mud wasp fill that line on a blast I owned. Didn't realize it till I was on the highway when I had the motor cranked and my pants leg got soaked. Hate when mother nature works against you.

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Check your oil level you may have overfilled the crankcase

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