I'm having a real struggle with a stuck sump plug on the SR185 - will have to set aside an hour (or month!) to work at it (so far won't budge, however much WD40 I feed it). Anyway, that's not what I seek advice for, so much as another combining factor that makes for another problem: I spent the week out at Tarrawarra, Yarra Glen. Before leaving for Melbourne I checked my oil: it was about two-thirds full between the lines on the little glass window. I had some oil on me, and put about one quater to one third of a litre into the bike, took another look, and the oil completely filled the little glass circle - I have to tilt the bike back maybe ten to fifteen degrees to see the top-line of the oil! Now I can't get the oil out as I have a stuck sump which all my sweating cannot budge.:evil: My question to you guys is: is this over-filled situation dangerous for the bike? I've heard of guys who have cracked and damaged the block(?) from over-filling with oil, and clearly the line on the window is there for a reason. However, there's plenty of space inside the block - I can't even see the top of the oil through the plug on top where it gets inserted. Of course, it might be being compressed into some area - I'd have know idea. I rode the bike back on Friday - a hot day - and daily since, and have had no problems. Should I stay off it until I can get the oil out? Cheers.