not really on kwaks or suzuki's, cos the gearbox is at the back(so i am told). as soon as the v-twin gets it up, the oil flows into the airbox, (i did see this happen), then to oil flowed out on to the back wheel. you can guess what happened next.[V]
a guy i know who just stunts his 636 wore his cam journals and some other things at the top end from oil starvation from long highway or balance point wheelies but his engine had almost 50 000km when he replaced it....so i don't think you have to mcuh to worry about
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