I actually filled my case as full as it would go before it ran out of the case. Used oil was plentiful. Brother owns a repair shop. Did the rags, did the cut. Laid the bike over to let the oil run out of the case into a pan to flush the dust catch in the oil out. Then used old oil thinned with diesel fuel to pour in the case at he cut and drain out the bottom of the pan to flush any shavings. Poured in more used oil to flush the oil/ fuel mixture out. Also use a shop vac with a small piece of water hose on the end and placed it right up against the grinder wheel to pull what it would away from the engine. Did 2 oil filter changes shortly after start up, first at 3 minutes run time and the other at 10 minutes high idle run time. Then a complete oil change at 25 miles run time. Screen was clean and cut open filter was clean. 12,000 miles ago now. Trick is to cut slow. You want dust, not shavings.
Last edited by Chuck A.; 11-15-2013 at 05:57 AM.