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Unrelated-but was wondering

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300 Randy

09-05-2001 05:31:47

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My son seized the engine up on his 750 honda cycle the other night-almost killed himself. It locked up the rear tire and he took it down into a ditch. I brought it home and filled it with oil-took 3 quarts. It started and was making terible sounds. Low level knocking and ticking, clicking, banging, you name it. After 15 minutes the engine quieted down and sounds pretty much normal. Here is my question-how long should I leave this oil in and run it before I change it? I'm sure there is alot of metal shavings floating around. Will apreciate any ideas. Thanks

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09-06-2001 03:50:05

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 Re: unrelated-but was wondering in reply to 300 Randy, 09-05-2001 05:31:47  
......and then try to sell it before your boy wants to get back on it. I survived a motorcycle accident, and sleep better now that my son has moved on to boats. They are a lot of fun, highly impractical when you get a girlfriend, and nowadays I cringe when I see them doing 80 mph in traffic.

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09-05-2001 17:09:57

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 Re: unrelated-but was wondering in reply to 300 Randy, 09-05-2001 05:31:47  
RANDY sorry to hear about this mis-hap. i hope your son is doing OK . spills on bikes sometime hurt.don't ask how
just change oil several times

best of luck bob

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David Saville

09-05-2001 16:27:06

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 Re: unrelated-but was wondering in reply to 300 Randy, 09-05-2001 05:31:47  
I would reread your first sentance in that post and then go out to the shop and open that engine up before I put it back on the road.

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Flush until

09-05-2001 12:47:46

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 Re: unrelated-but was wondering in reply to 300 Randy, 09-05-2001 05:31:47  
there are no filings. You better plan on flushing more than once. Unlikely most filings will be washed out with just one flush. Take a bright light and look for filings. Can ya drop the pan and clean? Probable did permanent damage. r.

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The Red

09-05-2001 05:42:16

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 Re: unrelated-but was wondering in reply to 300 Randy, 09-05-2001 05:31:47  
Randy I would change it immediately and then plan on changing it again in about 2 running hours. You need to get the shavings out of there pronto!

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