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This is a discussion about to much crank case pressure? within the Suzuki Hayabusa section, where you will Some say Busa's Dominate; Anyone ever run into to much crank case pressure? What's the solution or do i have to just put new rings i n it. The motor is a 1397 only 12 passes since new. My

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    Anyone ever run into to much crank case pressure? What's the solution or do i have to just put new rings i n it. The motor is a 1397 only 12 passes since new. My ring gap is 20/24 built for nitrous but i can't keep oil from coming out my breather cover.

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    Motor has never been sprayed yet.

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    You probly have a out of round cylinder.

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    are you running a low profile breather? If so, thats why
    I'd rather be tried by 12 than carried by 6!

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    also, what size oil pan are you running? May be over filling it with oil
    I'd rather be tried by 12 than carried by 6!

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    yes i have a low pro breather cover with filter on it and i have a two inch pan with 4.25 quarts of oil.

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    Try putting a stock breather cover on it. I would also put an extension tube and a catch can on it and check it for oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrokeThis View Post
    yes i have a low pro breather cover with filter on it and i have a two inch pan with 4.25 quarts of oil.
    use the sight glass on the cover and fill to full mark (less than 4.25 qts) The low pro breather is also causing it. If running it is a must, do like stated and run to a catch can
    I'd rather be tried by 12 than carried by 6!

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    as stated put oem cover back on
    4 quarts max
    if still does it need to do a leak down to see if
    blowing past rings,,,,,

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    Thanks so much guys for the help. I will put stock cover back on and only put 4 quarts in and see what happens. I am worried that it is blowing past rings also. I will keep updated.

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    You can help seal it up with Total Seal rings.

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    I had the same problem when I switch to low cover as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post
    You can help seal it up with Total Seal rings.
    Jay, have you ever seen any difference in power output with the total seal rings?

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