2001 Yamaha Gp1200r Spitting oil out of #3 cylinder
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    2001 Yamaha Gp1200r Spitting oil out of #3 cylinder

    01 1200 pv ..Ski has been sitting for about 4 years now , just rebuild carbs fuel lines ect...
    My guess is crankcase filled with oil over time ...but why is it spitting oil out of #3 cylinder #2 just a little and #1 is good ...
    I did unhook the oil feed line to that carb thinking oil pump is duping that much in there but it isnt ...how do i ged rid of the oil ? just crank it with plugs out till it clears up ? i have been doing it for a while and it seems like same amount keeps coming out ...
    Any input would be appreciated

    thanks

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    Re: 2001 Yamaha Gp1200r Spitting oil out of #3 cylinder

    I had to flip one over to get all the oil out

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    Re: 2001 Yamaha Gp1200r Spitting oil out of #3 cylinder

    Cranked some more with plugs out fuel off ..got it started but before it did it backfired so bad it blew the resonator apart , i guess from all that stuff going in to the exhaust as well when cranking...

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    Re: 2001 Yamaha Gp1200r Spitting oil out of #3 cylinder

    I just had to send someone the resonator because of a backfire even busted his seat latch

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