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Old 03-15-2010, 09:36 PM   #1
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2008 turbo hayabusa

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This little crack caused the old girl to bleed Texas gold all over Wendy's parking lot in Galveston. Four quarts of oil is better than 2 so I decided to raise the bike a couple of inches and go with a stock type oil pan rather than a low profile 2 qt. My turbo uses the same oil so more is better.

200 miles and lots of pit stops to check everything out and she's still dry.
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