My í18 RGS has the oil migration too. I had the stealer do the 1,000-mile service back in June, I checked the transmission oil level for the first time at around 2,600 miles and not a drop of oil registered on the dip stick. I promptly took it into the dealer and told them I thought I had an oil migration issue, and they looked at me like I had two heads. Of course they said they never heard of such an issue (BS) and I responded ďwell I find that hard to believe given how many people online are reporting the problem, but if itís not that, and since there is no oil leak, it can only mean you had a buffoon work on my bike that forgot to refill my transmission, so which is it?Ē Funny how quickly they remembered seeing something about a service bulletin on the matter. The bottom line is mine was down 7 oz in just 1,600 miles and Harley gave me some BS that they consider it within normal parameters, but the dealer reassured me (sarcasm) an said they would monitor it when I brought it in for the 5k service (like Iím going to give those F#ck$ any more of my hard-earned money). Unless someone is successful starting a class action lawsuit I think we are screwed and we will just have to check, add, and drain the oil often. After 29-years of brand loyalty, this is most likely the last new HD I will own unless they can seriously get their crap together; besides after seeing the price they put on that POS Livewire, I donít see them being around too many more years anyways.
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