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My question is the breather tube coming from engine is putting oil in the airbox.
ITs not alot but its will smoke for acouple of minutes. My oil level is correct. I ride wheelies for mybe 30 to 40 feet in length. I cant see why that would do it, cause I do alot of climbing also. Is there any thing I could do, any suggestions. thanks
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07 brute 650i

My question is the breather tube coming from engine is putting oil in the airbox.
ITs not alot but its will smoke for acouple of minutes. My oil level is correct. I ride wheelies for mybe 30 to 40 feet in length. I cant see why that would do it, cause I do alot of climbing also. Is there any thing I could do, any suggestions. thanks
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I would check your oil level again... From what I have heard when you get oil in your airbox it means your case is to full.

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If you are gonna be riding wheelies, you need to lower your oil level alittle bit.

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Your oil should read between the h and l on the dipstick. Any where in between is good. Now if you put it towards the h(high) it will travel up the vent tube when you wheelie.

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don't forget to check the dipstick screwed all the way in to get an accrute reading if you check it just by sticking it in it will read lower then it really is.

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thanks guys, my oil was alittle high. I also took the breather hose off the bottom of the airbox, put in a barb fitting with clamps and made it about 2 feet longer. BYE BYE smoke. Again thanks....
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thanks guys, my oil was alittle high. I also took the breather hose off the bottom of the airbox, put in a barb fitting with clamps and made it about 2 feet longer. BYE BYE smoke. Again thanks....
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Your welcome!!!!! :)

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