I posted recently about a new bad rattle in my engine. Thanks to the responses here https://netrider.net.au/forums/viewtopic.php?t=28605 (Typhoon - seems the tensioner is internal to the engine...my latest thing is that oil pressure, which tightens my cam chan, is too low and so is the cause). Accompanying the new sound, when I ride the freeway, the oil pressure light goes on a lot (as it does when revving with gusto from the lights), perhaps for ten seconds, then nothing, then a longer or shorter stretch one or five minutes later. There is consistently plenty of (new) oil in there. My question is, if it's low pressure, then if the relevant low-oil-caused disaster occurs, is it the sort that involves risk to myself and my passengers? I really want to do some touring, and that little warning light's taking the pleasure out of it, due to the fear the engine might siddenly seize up (I'm mechanically ignorant, so I wouldn't know). The light has had a habit of going on now and then without cause, before this new issue and noise arose, but now it's pretty consistent at high revvs/speeds. Otherwise I'll ignore it, and rely on RACV for peace of mind Thanks, Matt.