Question about Yamaha YZ 250 F Motorcycles
As in any vehicle there will be metal in the oil that you remove from it. how ever it is very small and you don't see it unless you really look for it . if it is an excessive amount the you will most likely be needing some major work on either the upper end (i.e. ring job) or clutch plates. get some militec 1 and add to the gas and crank case to try and slow down the ware. have it checked out by a reputable bike mechanic before you do some really expensive damage.
Posted on May 20, 2011
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