So I started up the bike, after letting it sit all day at work. It has about 1/4 of a tank, after filling it up 40 miles ago. It started pushing the coolant out of the silver tube on the right, and there was the multicolored oil look floating on the surface of the coolant on the ground. That being said, it could've picked up the gas because it was running down the side of the case. It was coming out pretty well for the first couple of miles. Again, the throttle response seems normal, albeit rich. Once I got home and parked it, no coolant spot, nor when I fired it up to put it in the garage 4 hours later. The final time of starting, it fired right up, no flooded cylinder or anything. The coolant reservoir is still 1/4 full. I will try starting it today, but it would seem that there could be a leak at a certain level? I am scratching my head, as the coolant and the flooded cylinder seem related. I pulled the rear plug (easy one to get to), it was wet and black (new plug), but no condensation.
'08 Road King Classic
Ear Shave, K&N Filters, Mean Streak Seat, AGM battery, Blue Wire Mod, Pick-up Coil Mod, Timing Advance Mod, NGK Iridium Plugs and Wire, LEDs, Bed Liner Paint Job, Over-sized Tires, New Brakes, New Fork Seals, Progressive Springs, Kick Stand Mod, Highway Pegs, 40/140 No Shims, Vance & Hines Exhaust, New Grips, Extra Wide Emgo Handle Bars
John 8:44, REV 2:9, REV 3:9 - If you were kicked out of 109 bars, would you think the problem was you, or the 109 bars?