Main Motorcycle: 1999 T'Bird Sport
Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: Rangiora, New Zealand
Other Motorcycle: 1977 T140
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Are you sure you are not going to run into a pressurizing of the oil tank with your method. Since you are using the breather to pump in fluid, where is the compressed air going to go? Once you get the level above the oil return line from the engine, the air pressure will force oil back down that line until the check valves and/or the pump stop you. Then you will start to pressurize the tank.
You might want to put on a raincoat and put a tarp down around the bike. I suspect that when you pull your oil pump hose off, oil is going to shoot out that breather tube like a ketchup out of a squeeze bottle being jumped on by Rosey O'Donnell.
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