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May 16th, 2010, 01:32 PM   #1
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70 degree oil flow

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Anyone got an explanation of the oil flow on the 70 degree,when the bike downhills,oil ends up pooling in under the rocker cover,hence the top screen under the bandjo bolt and the feedline back downstairs?
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May 16th, 2010, 02:04 PM   #2
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want to put picture in the above post,the one on home page of oil flow, have a gallery activated but am stuck at this point.....

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May 16th, 2010, 02:35 PM   #3
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Re: 70 degree oil flow

Heya,

I went ahead and fixed your post, but left your original img code as well as showed you what I used to create the image in the post so you could see the difference. Sorry for the thread hijack

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May 16th, 2010, 02:44 PM   #4
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Thanks js ,appreciate your help,I got it
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May 16th, 2010, 04:36 PM   #5
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Re: 70 degree oil flow

That green line, or screen in the top of the head you mention is connected to an oil pump, or in this case, a scavenging pump. It's design is to take care of what you just mentioned on down hills etc.... This scavenging pump returns oil back to the trans area, where the main pressure lubricating oil pump picks it up and sends it on it's way to the vital parts of your motor via the oil filter.

Notice that both the line you are talking about, and the short line from the pick up screen in the trans are both green, and they both are suction lines.
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I was wondering why the screen under the the bolt,when the tappet cover has a comnplete seal and the oil has been cleaned,the screen seems to always be clean?
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Re: 70 degree oil flow

How often are you guys checking the screen in the Banjo bolt in the head?
My screen is always clean too.
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maybe its a safety feature, as it is an inspection area with checking the clearences.My thought it only needs to be checked afted the lids been off.
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Re: 70 degree oil flow

The only time I found anything on it was when I did the first oil change. Now I just check it when I clean my oil filter. It has always been clean since the first change though. In fact the bottom screen has always been clean, except the very first change after the first hour.
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Every service I check mine, I have beeen thru a few sets of copper washers too. It gives me piece of mind, you can see early if anythimg is going pear shaped up top.
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