RFK Posted May 1, 2006 Share Posted May 1, 2006 I rode my '95 GS around for about 30 miles(speeds of 60-70mph) with an extra quart of oil in her. when I realized I drained the oil filled her back up with the right amount and decided to gap the valves while I was at it. Finished the left side, started it up no problem. did the right side, started up then konked out after 10 seconds or so. continued to try to crank her over... no luck. Took the valve head covers off both sides again to make sure everything was tight and the gaps were correct. Each time I took the cover off and replaced it, I could start the bike for 10 seconds then it would crap out. there was oil; at the bottom of the air box and I'm sure some was suck into the throttle bodies anmd intom the combustion chamber. At this point the battery is drained and I hesitate to start removing things that I have never done before. What advice do you all have as to how to proceed and what to check first. What kind of damage could exist? Basically what I'm asking here is what the hell should I do next without causing further damage? What are your thoughts? Thanks, Bob Link to comment
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