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    Default Ummm.. OOPS!!!!! haha

    Well, I thought i was pretty slick in making a new air cleaner cover cause my drag specialites one broke...

    Moral of the story, I put foam behind a piece of perforated steel and thought the foam was secure, it wasn't... the motor sucked it in and now it's got me worried...

    um anything to worry about?? Change the oil?

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    Default Uhhh..

    ... and the bike still runs??


    Geno

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    Um fuck yah it does..


    C'mon now guys SERIOUSLY!!!!!


    Yah, once i got back and noticed it got sucked in, i started it back up and it backfired really loud and then ran wide open for a second and i killed it. started it right back up and took it for a spin and hammered on it.. llllllllooool

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    Sounds like you may have just sucked it through and spit it out the back... or it should be still running like ass.

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    Default like he said...

    I agree with erik, the bike should be runnin' like shit, if at all. Most foam is petrol based, you might have got lucky.... have ya looked at the plugs??

    Geno

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    are the plugs foamy?

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    the plugs looked lean, because the restriction got ATE up.

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    It most likely just got burned up and spit right back out the back. You shouldnt really have anything to worry about, if residue or anything was left behind the oil already took it away. So as was said before, changing your oil wouldnt hurt.

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    Thats some funny shit hahaha.

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    I bet the foam desolved right when the gas hit it.

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