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April 18th, 2017, 09:25 AM   #11
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That should do ...it's way much better then before ...have a try ...( I personally could think it still not enaught to prevent some oil to go out when wheeling) in the second picture what did you add in the middle of the tube? If its still leeking from breather I would add a spunge(similar to the standard one) to trap the oil in there to prevent it of ''splashing'' ...similar of what this guy is doing https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/i...Il4uA9s8EK-WvA
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Or you could also ...because it's only bend on the ignition side and that's where is causing trubble try to run it on the front of the radiator .... the higher is better
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Ill try and see how it works. Otherwise i will try and raise the filter and valve higher on the ignition/clutch side. I just figured that it might be a bad idea since the oil will lay upon the valve inside the tube since it cannot go back past the valve.. dont know if that is a good idea, the tube will end up being full of oil if alot goes past the valve?
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everything looks so stressed!

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Better then dealing with your work isn't it Taffy?nice fake review on your website ....basted ...it's a spunge trap http://taffmeisters.co.uk/images/80030089000.jpg it's the same system the husaberg use standard ...I do also agree with pollo that overfilling will increse the oil coming out ...put the breather as high as you can and see how it goes

Ps I am in work ( that's the only picture I found I really don't want to promote your buisness taffy)

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Hi badstead yes it should be working
If you are still using a lot of oil you probably need to examine the oil rings on the piston and the reed valve inside the engine

Pipes look good !
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With this setup im still consuming loads of oil.. Bike is smoking abit but not crazy much.. Im starting to think the worst - rings.. Had a brand new Wössner fitted around 85 hours ago.. Kinda ruins my day. Have to refill oil all the time.. Might be due to bad oil rings. Dont know if it is because i ran the stock breather and engine then ran low on oil..

How do i do a compression test on the berg? I will try running the breather up to the top of the radiator.
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i don't think the breather will be problem in your case...

I never done a compression test on the husa.

my 2 cent On other bikes if they start smoking:
-valve steam oil seal
-head gasket
these 2 are easy check
-and last are rings but it's a pain you need to take the engine out (when my bike was smoking we could see that the oil was nicely sitting on the piston so we exclude the rings to be a problem ''its not an official check'')

maybe bush or other in here can suggest you some check

head gasket or rings is for me what is causing the problem

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Im thinking about valve stem seals aswell. How could it be the head gasket? What would be the symptoms of the valve stem seals, and how do i figure if its stem seals or rings?
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valve seal symptoms of smoking are mostly on start up not riding condition

Head gasket failure or rings makes the bike smoke on riding condition ....but head gasket is what I would be looking for first

I replaced head gasket or valve seal from symptoms even new if put incorrectly can develop fault

My 2 cent would be to have bike check
(I just don't want to say 100% replace head gasket or strip the engine to check rings as somentime fault can develop in area that you never expected)
Normally if bike smoke on start up ---> valve steam seal
Normally Bike smoke on riding ---> rings, head gasket

Mine had a crack on the reed valve you don't expect that
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