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  1. reynoldburton says:

    looks like a motor rebuild has to happen in the near future. But at least it is a good lookin build you have done there – I really like the mooneyes hubcaps and the fact that it´s not so stretched out like the most hardtails I see on here.

  2. El Gaucho says:

    awesome looking bike. Might be time for a 750 kit!

  3. rozz says:

    The side that’s not getting hot may be the ignition coil is weak or out for that side. I had a problem similar to that. As for the oil I’ve read about that somewhere but can’t remember the exact cause. A repair manual probably covers it. Seems when think you know what problem is it’s usually something else.

  4. Happy Dan says:

    Did you rebuild the engine? If the second oil ring is upsidedown or stuck it will act as a vacuum on the crankcase sucking oil from it

  5. Bouncy Bouncy says:

    I feel your pain. Nice back wheel, though.

  6. Halapeno says:

    Dude, mine did that due to a blown head gasket. I Put one in and it fixed it up perfect.

  7. highspeedhamish says:

    You are sucking in air through the head gasket, you can hear it after you blip the throttle. Not sure why your pulling oil though, you might have weak rings or a stuck oil control ring.

    Check head gasket, compression test, leak down test or pull the head off, all the problems are in the head or below it.

  8. Shane says:

    Could it maybe be a worn out valve seal? leaking oil in the cylinder throu the head? Wrong ring order? thats my guesses

  9. Shane says:

    O and i dig your bike it has great style and flow the mooneye disks are sick and i love your fork covers. What hub 21 is that off of? Looks great nice paint

  10. Head Gasket and valve oil seal. Might as well freshen up the top end and valve train while you’re at it.

  11. tadd442 says:

    might as well add a motor mount while your at it….great looking ride though!

  12. jesse9498 says:

    easy fix. your drawing oil through the jacket on your head gasket. always happens when you overheat the motor. usually caused by cranking on it while its sitting still. most people forget these are air cooled engines and need motion to keep them cool. they almost always burn through against the exhaust valve. awesome looking bike. hope to see it running right soon.

  13. Guy says:

    IF YOUR PIPE AIN’T HOT IT MUST’NT BE FIRING ON THAT POT PROPERLY, WHICH ALSO EXPLAINS FUEL EXITING EXHAUST…JUST MY OPINION THOUGH!!!