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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-22-2009, 10:50 PM Thread Starter
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alright i'm pissed i started my bike this weekend and i had a spray of oil/watery shit spray out of my exhaust has anyone else seen this?
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Sounds like condensation that spit out the soot from the inside of the exhaust.

Hopefully you haven't blown a piston.
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Sounds like condensation that spit out the soot from the inside of the exhaust.

Hopefully you haven't blown a piston.
well it starts and runs like hell and theres nothing abnormal so i vote against the blown piston
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Sounds like condensation especially since our bikes don't have any water in them.
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Sounds like condensation especially since our bikes don't have any water in them.
alright thats what i was thinking since it was an oily mix, but i'n anal as heck about my stuff so any problem is a BIG problem
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LOL...you're preaching to the choir here brother because I am the same exact way! LOL
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LOL...you're preaching to the choir here brother because I am the same exact way! LOL
if your gonna have it you might as well have it right
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Sounds like condensation especially since our bikes don't have any water in them.
It's that time of the year again. Time for extra warming before ride.At least you can ride . I have a broken arm .dr. said no!
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Do you have warranty stuff?

I just bought NEW bike and get 5 year warranty.
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i had a new [ at the time ] 1967 triumph bonnie sitting out under the carport , rained for several days afterward i tried to crank her over and it would only turn so far, took the head and cylinder off it had a minute rust ring on the cylinder just above the piston, clean her up, honed the cyl and so on , the lesson learned when in a very damp area such as eastern U.S. or where it rains alot i pour oil on a rag ring out the excess and stuff one in each pipe.
never any prob since.

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