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97 f3 bogs and stalls with low oil and light...

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Old 06-24-2019, 03:16 PM
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My 97 cbr600 f3 is in good shape 35k on the clock less really the PO had a bigger sprocket for wheelies(he couldnt do then anyway idk why he did it) but I rode for a season did normal maintenance then this season did the same plus new air filter. I got on it the other morning and it started amd idled fine warmed up well I took off and a few seconds later is bogged down and fell on its face it would start on choke but die the oil light stayed on when its stalled. I coasted back down my hill to my garage and checked the oil it was a little low. I added the needed amount amd it ram great for weeks today same thing but I was late to work so took my car. When I got home I checked the oil it was a little low again. Idk where its going!! Its not on my garage floor or anywhere I can see. I topped ot off and it ran great again. Idk if this is normal or a safety feature lol? To keep from blowing an engine(sorry if I sound dumb) but I just was curious if anyone has experienced anything similar at all? Thanks in advance.
 
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Old 06-24-2019, 03:18 PM
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I also did the stator and regulator last season.
 
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