If it was a car motor I probably would not have even seen it. But with the sight glass the oil is murky when it is running. It was only applied where specified in the book. But a little more than I applied got put onto the cam lobes (my son thought I wiped to much off when I bent over the motor. I still do not think we used more than 2 teaspoons, if even that. I just know that, if I can have a problem I will. That if why I will live forever, probably working on this bike everyday. My life sucks.
Still it runs and the specs on everything we checked were good. I think an oil change will help. The plates were lubed using Castrol which is what I run in these bikes so they would only get what was washed off the lobes and the "bearing" surfaces of the crank a thrust sides of the cases. We used Threebond Liquid Gasket, Gray Solventless Silicone to seal the cases, purchased at the local KTM shop, and it seems to have worked well.
The only problem so far is the nanny switch on the kickstand no longer functions. To me, hooray, to my son, fix it. Oh well he rides it.
Thanks for the reply Spockster.
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