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Posted by fullkurl on Dec 23 2005
This "condensation" thing sounds suspicious.  Perhaps you rode through water and it was in the crankcase--that could do in your bike for sure.  
If you didnt, it was premature failure. Did you SEE water in the oil? or did the tech just say it was there? You never said what parts of the engine sustained damage, I'd be interested to know.
Although I change my oil regularly--and filter, I never worry about "condensation" with my bikes here in Alaska.

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