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Old 05-06-2006, 10:50 AM   #1
 
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gas in the crankcase

any ideas on how i keep getting gas in my crankcase of my 01' 929? everytime it sits for a few days its noticeable,and i have to change the oil every few weeks... everything runs good when it is fresh oil???
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Re: gas in the crankcase

One of your injectors is leaking "Leak Down"
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Re: gas in the crankcase

how can i check which one? pull the plugs?
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Re: gas in the crankcase

How are you finding the gas in the oil?
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Re: gas in the crankcase

i can smell it when i take the cap off,the oil level rises and when i dump it it is not viscous and it smells like gas.
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Re: gas in the crankcase

The oil will have a gas like odor. Thats remnants of the combustion process. Hence the need for using filters and changing oil. As stated above its an injector leaking if you truely are getting gas in the oil. If its not seating properly it will leak down slowly untill the pressure in the fuel system lowers enough that the injector does reach a point where it does seat enough to stop leaking. Or if that point is not reached the injector will leak untill all pressure is releived in the fuel sytem.
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Re: gas in the crankcase

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i can smell it when i take the cap off,the oil level rises and when i dump it it is not viscous and it smells like gas.
That's a good indication of gas present in the oil than. Was just wondering as oil will have a slight smell of hydrocarbons that can sometimes be mistaken for fuel.
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Re: gas in the crankcase

I used to get that. I don't any more. I put some fuel injection cleaner through the fuel system. Even though you are not supposed to. Plus the bike is now a track only bike. So I run WOT a lot.
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