|12-19-2013, 07:56 AM||#16|
Andrew to most
Joined: Jun 2004
Location: Southern Tip of Africa
If the oil light doesn't come on, then I'd take it and fix it.
This would mean that oil pressure hasn't yet been affected. Water in the oil swells the paper in the oil filter and soon causes low oil flow. If the light hasn't been reported to have come on then it's a fairly safe bet.
I would doubt the water would've cause corrosion unless the bike has stood for years.
Say you'll take it, less a goodwill gesture and the cost of a repair kit and labor.
I often wonder where that road goes? And that, has usually made all the difference. Appologies to Mr Frost
|12-19-2013, 09:09 AM||#17|
Joined: Apr 2002
Thank you very much folks, great advice from all of you.
I'll make a breakdown of parts and costs need and make them an offer.
I'll let you know how it goes.
'94 BMW R100GS Bumble Bee
'08 Triumph Tiger 1050 (Sold it, solid performer)
'06 KTM 640 Adventure (Sold it and regret it since day one)
'03 BMW R1150GS Adventure (Death because of hopistalary infection R.I.P.)
"Never wrestle with a pig. You both get all dirty, and the pig likes it".
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