Very very faint. It felt as if it was pre-oiled to me. I also have a feeling there is still more oil in the system that will end up in the 'under the tank' airbox. I don't want it saturated with oil if there is. Since the tank is rather simple to remove now to me since I watched Bryan's video, I will have no issues checking it again after a week of riding it.Great work, you are making orogress. Just wondering if you applied the k&n filter oil to the k&n air filter before install?
Hoping the really hot air through the bike in LA this week will dry out the inside of the bike well and return it from an oil pit to a perfectly lubricated bike again. Bike has less than 290 miles and the oil has been changed 2x already. Lol
I'm still freaked out a lil and very happy I rented a pick up truck to bring the bike 50 miles home after buying it rather than ride it home when I bought it. With 10 quarts inside of it, I am sure the ride home would have been disastrous for the bike.
Hopefully the 2nd clean K&N air filter put on the side will return it to a perfect beauty with no backfiring once again.
Then, the other other stuff to do.
Replace front and rear brake lines with SS lines and bleed.
Replace Clutch lines, and push/pull throttle cables with SS