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2006 kawasaki 450f, Athena big bore kit. Coolant is getting into my oil. Replaced both seals, oil and water, and replaced the impeller rod. Runs great, exhaust is normal. Radiator fluid drops considerably and ends up in my oil. ???

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Did u find anything out im having the same problem please help?
did u use the gasket that came with the big bor kit???

lmk
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Posted on Sep 23, 2010

  • louis_campbe Nov 15, 2010

    Im having the same problem replaced gasket twice coolant getis into the cylinder then make oil milky...Why is this happening?

  • fern5150 Apr 11, 2011

    Did any one find a solution ? The same thing is happening to me! Changed head gasket 3 times and water pump seals and still gets in my oil. Please help!

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