Re: Gas in my Oil
It doesn't typically enter the airbox when a float sticks, mostly it enters the carb throat through the orifices in the bottom of the bore, like the needle jet holder (brass tube in the middle that the needle from the slide sits in) and the pilot circuit holes in the leading edge in front of the butterfly valves. Another avenue of escape in some bikes is the float bowl vent tubes, but is your case these should "Y" into one tube with a inline filter, and connect to the very front of the airbox.....if you had fuel there it would never see the filter as it would drain out prior to filter. In almost every case the fuel seeps into the carb throat and drains down the intake manifold, past the intake valves, piston rings, and into the crankcase oil.
1996 GSXR 750 EX AMA, Carillo, Yoshimura, Kit airbox, Keihin FCR39, Fox, Brembo, Hindle, total loss and starter less ignition, Graves, Vortex