6 speed and oil level is correct.
I'll be doing a tune up with cleaning throttle body, wires, plugs, air filter, and the victory 4.5 oil change kit.
Just worried I do all that and foul up my air filter agin.
I got the bike used at 90k milage for 2.5k
Could there be anything else that would cause the issue?
The crank case breather vents oil vapors into the air box to be sucked into, and burned off by the engine. If you’re just a little bit over filled you’ll get a lot more vapors blown up there. Kinda messy, but not really a problem.
Re-route crankcase breather hose, stick one of the little K&N filters on it and block off where it used to go into your airbox. Just run the crankcase vent somewhere unobtrusive and put the little K&N filter some where so it will drip on the ground if it gets to saturated. Or run a catch can for it. Have done this on Harleys for years and all 3 Victorys. It's a lot easier with a better intake than stock. Your throttle body doesn't get fouled with the oil mist either. And yes, over filling will do it as well.
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