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Old 03-06-2010, 10:58 PM   #1
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Took out my oil pan

Well I enjoyed the ride to Galveston today but, I hit a raised up section of concrete entering wendy's parking lot and took out my oil pan drain plug. Didn't hurt any parts but the bike was finish for the day. Called the wife and went and had a burger and fries while I waited for her to show up. One hour later the wife pulls up and just like that we are headed home. If anyone know wear I can find a used oil pan for a 2008 Busa please let me know.
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Old 03-06-2010, 11:05 PM   #2
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Well I enjoyed the ride to Galveston today but, I hit a raised up section of concrete entering wendy's parking lot and took out my oil pan drain plug. Didn't hurt any parts but the bike was finish for the day. Called the wife and went and had a burger and fries while I waited for her to show up. One hour later the wife pulls up and just like that we are headed home. If anyone know wear I can find a used oil pan for a 2008 Busa please let me know.
i would get it welded up and and drill a new hole and weld a nut there should work just like new and should be cheaper
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There are some on psychobike. They are getting low profile pans and have the stock ones for sale.
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I'll check it out, thanks
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Ouch! Sad to hear. You might want to pose that question on BusaNation or ExtremeBusa. I am sure someone will be able to help you out. That is one "sick" bike you have!
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Dam Im sorry to hear that!

Since you have it off, consider installing a small magnet near the plug to capture metal shavings. Its a good gauge to watch engine wear and after draining oil you can reach your finger up and wipe the side of it to see how it looks.
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Old 03-07-2010, 09:21 AM   #7
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Psychobike is your source for sure, maybe even get a low profile with swing pickup, to prevent this again
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Old 03-07-2010, 02:39 PM   #8
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Thanks for the help, more is needed

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Since you have it off, consider installing a small magnet near the plug to capture metal shavings. Its a good gauge to watch engine wear and after draining oil you can reach your finger up and wipe the side of it to see how it looks.
I used the magnet method a few years ago and it worked great. Now I drain the filter on the bike & vette for a couple of days then cut them open with a band saw and lay out the filter element, now I'm looking at things the magnet can't pick up.(bearing material, babit). I also go over the element with a magnet. This method saved a high $$$ small block that i adjusted a belt on to tight and was causing the front bearing to fail.


If anyone sees the part I'm looking for on any web site, please PM me the info, right now I'm not seeing anything on psychobike.

Thanks, again
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I thought he was looking for a used "stock" pan. Bike Bandit claims to have the OEM for $142.68, the gasket for $11.55, and drain-plug for $3.88.

http://www.bikebandit.com/2008-suzuk...abusa/o/m17401
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He is likely to do it again if he stays stock. I was trying to encourage an upgrade.
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He is going to upgrade, looks like koneig is the way to go plus I plan to do a few other up grades while shes down. need&want more power so my bike will be down for a couple of months( this is going to be FUN)

thanks for your help guys
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He is going to upgrade, looks like koneig is the way to go plus I plan to do a few other up grades while shes down. need&want more power so my bike will be down for a couple of months( this is going to be FUN)

thanks for your help guys
Holy cow! When will it end? When you break the sound-barrier?!
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Old 03-07-2010, 11:34 PM   #14
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more power

probably when I get my next lab puppy. That little guy will get all my extra time through basic command and force fetch until he picks up his first bird and bring it back to me with his head held high.

The busa will definatly get put on the back burner when the next dog shows up at our house.
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Need more power? Its already got a turbo right?


Well.....lets see here.....HMMMM....

Secondary injectors
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Need I go on?

How much power you want?
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^ expert on its never enough
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Turbo Busa needs MORE POWER!!!

Yall have an extra set laying around?
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^ expert on its never enough
I will stick to my "humble" stock Busa. You guys are sick!
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A stage one is just begging for more. 225 hp is just the beginning. Its too easy to add a few more parts and really get some HP.
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I will stick to my "humble" stock Busa. You guys are sick!
Talk to me after the dyno trip on Fri. I cant wait to see what 225 feels like.
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