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Hi i have a 2005 r1 the problem is that it is not holding the water in the overflow bottle when i take the cap off the radiator an rev the bike the water is blowing out all over the place witch i think should not happen would this be the head gasket. there is no water in the oil any help would be a bonus cheers glen.

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Might suggest you do a compression test and see if you have a low cylinder, which might indicate gasket failure

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