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Hi All

I was hoping someone can given me an opinion. I brought my ER6F to the garage three weeks ago for the 35KM service. The services covered in the invoice are below (English French translation). Since the service I rode the bike 100km approx and today on the motorway I sense I had a catastrophic event in the engine - hearing lots of metal failing. I personally think its probably linked to their intervention. I wait the feedback of the problem. Looking at the below, would you say that its a strong possibility?

FILTRE A AIR
JOINT VIDANGE
FILTRE A HUILE
NGK BOUGIE
HUILE 4T SYNTHESE FUT
SEAL - OIL , 12X28.55X5
JOINT TORIQUE , 33.2MM
JOINT TORIQUE , CASE - HOUSIN
JOINT MECANIQUE KR250
JOINT TORIQUE , HOUSING
POM MAIN D'OEUVRE

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AIR FILTER
DRAIN GASKET
OIL FILTER
NGK SPARK PLUG
OIL 4T SYNTHESIS FUT
SEAL-OIL , 12X28.55X5
O-RING, 33.2MM
O-RING, CASE - HOUSIN
MECHANICAL SEAL KR250
O-RING, HOUSING
Labour

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Darren
 

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2 Possibly 3 areas of risk which could result in a catastrophic failure.
  1. Incorrect Plugs.
  2. Insufficient Engine Oil
  3. Air not fully evacuated from the Cooling system.
 

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2 Possibly 3 areas of risk which could result in a catastrophic failure.
  1. Incorrect Plugs.
  2. Insufficient Engine Oil
  3. Air not fully evacuated from the Cooling system.
Hi looking at the things they touched above, could this things have happened as a result of their intervention. I assume that the will have opened it up...?

Darren
 
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