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June 26, 2005, 10:27 AM

No. Oil starts off the murky brown syrupy color that it comes from out of the bottle fresh, and only proceeds to turn black as it passes through your engine. It will never be clear.

Make sure that your bike is upright. Have a friend hold it, or put it on a rear stand. This is important because often times the gauge is on the right side of the bike and the bike needs to be upright for the oil to settle in the engine so you can get a true reading of how much oil is in it.

Check for leaks, that is the most important thing.


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