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Hi Gary, I've been using this mod on a well ridden twin for many years with no problems at all. It certainly makes overflowing oil tanks a thing of the past. Cheers, Stu.Does anyone here have an opinion on this mod?
I'm thinking of getting another D-style ET24/6 and after modifying the return block, piping the disabled chain oiler to that. I say "another" because I already have one over the inlet valve on the front cylinder, connected to a hose with a one-way valve and an extension out the back past the rear axle.
The solution is only to top up your oil tank after a run, that way you will never overflow due the scavenge side of the oil pump overfilling the tankI found the cure to stop oil coming out through the oil tank filler was to put less oil in the tank, i used to have the oil almost level with the return hole but found if the pump scavenges more oil, whats drained in to the crankcase after a period of standing, it then raises the oil level to high and pushes it out of the cap.
This is in the Series D oil tank thread! Do you have a Series D with the oil tank under the seat, or an earlier model with the oil tank under the fuel tank?Thanks for your kind comments.
Excuse me translate with google translate.
I deposit oil has no pressure .... but the vent that goes to the chain ejects oil almost 7 meters away from my motorcycle to avoid that I have attached that tube to return the oil to the tank.
the screw inside the tank was fully tightened.
what I do? Can I start the motorcycle without fear of breaking something?
Hello, I will be in Spain, near Cartagena, soon. If you live anywhere in the province of Murcia, you could visit to explain how the Vincentian oil system works.Hola, estaré en España, cerca de Cartagena, pronto. Si vives en cualquier parte de la provincia de Murcia podría visitarpara explicar cómo funciona el sistema petrolero Vincent.