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HELP!!!! 1.5 quarts of FUEL in the oil

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Old 09-12-2011, 01:15 AM
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I just bought this 02 f4i a month ago abd recently have Been having engine trouble lately..white exhaust...once the bike was warm it wouldnt idle... so I decided to start going through my bike. Spark plugs were fine. Throttle bodies were pretty caked so I cleaned those and airfilter is fairly new.. put bike back together started up to run to the store... and blue smoke started puking out.. this is new to my bike...I shut it off and pulled the tank back off to check connections etc.... noticed that( from my knowledge) the FPR had a golf t on one side.... was looking up that issue as i decided to change the motor oil.. whrn i got the bike it was a little low... added a little so it was betwrrn the lines... when i drained the oil it reaked of gasoline and when it wad done draining and i removed the oil filtet...there was 5.5 QUARTS OF OIL AND GASOLINE.....FML PLEASEEE HELP ME OUT
 
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Old 09-12-2011, 01:20 AM
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P. S. I don't have internet right now so I have to use my Droid.. if you could please text or call me with help it would be much faster for me... my f4i is my daily driver and I got work at 7am please help...(714) 656-7878 names Evan I'm from Huntington Beach,CA
 
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Old 09-12-2011, 11:40 AM
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Bump for you...
 
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Old 09-12-2011, 04:56 PM
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A google search can yield a lot of info. I found this.. it might help you some. Good luck!
Gas in oil problem..again.. - Honda Motorcycles - FireBlades.org
 
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As suggested check the FPR/vacuum.

I would also obviously not run the engine at all while you're having these issues.

Probably be a good idea to do a dry/wet compression test.
 
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Old 09-12-2011, 08:47 PM
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I don't know what the "bump" thing is...

I have done Google search but it's hard to read every thing just using my cell phone. But thank you for the link...

And I don't know why but the previous owner has one side of the fpr plugged... the side that points to the right side of the home... I won't be running it until I find the problem
 
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if you bought it like that i would punch the PO in the face, repeatedly. The the fpr is how the fuel is put into the engine and returned. The side that was blocked was obviously the return to the fuel tank that wasnt used somehow worked its way into the crankcase(my guess). First make sure the FPR is hooked to both the intake and return lines. change the oil and start it and pray. i dont know what kind of damage gas in the oil can do but i know that a 2 quart overfilled oil pan will cause damage from being that full alone. best of luck man
 
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Thanks
 
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Old 09-13-2011, 10:33 PM
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Depends how long/hard it was run like that and how much fuel was in there.

The fuel thins the oil. Everything will wear down faster. Main/rod bearings, piston rings, lifters, etc. Ever hear about people tuning their motors for a high perf. build and then having a spun bearing or rings won't seat, etc. Usually because they're dumping gas right off the bat during tuning and they never change the oil a million times like they're supposed to.

After fixing the problem I would do a dry/wet compression check to make sure everything is decently okay with the bottom end and I would run thinnest oil possible for a little while, as well as changing it like after like 100/200 miles to make sure all is okay. I would also make sure the engine gets up to operating temp and take it easy until I know things are good for sure.

Oh yeah and I forgot about the tranny...I have no idea what this means for it or your clutch but once again be wary.
 
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Old 09-14-2011, 12:42 PM
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i just had this problem with a 929 and the fuel pressure reg fixed it. just make sure you change the oil when your done. a way to to check it is start the bike and pull the vacuum line off the fpr. if you see any fuel it means it is bad, should be dry. good luck
 
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