I don’t know what I was thinking at the time or should I say not thinking at all. I was back from school for a three-day weekend this past weekend. For the first day I completely cleaned the hold bike. The next day I went out for a ride but there was something wrong with bike. It started up just fine but when I took it out on the track, the bike seemed it was struggling to get me around the track. The bike bogged down low to where it almost stopped running. I thought I got something in the exhaust because not much air was being pushed out the exhaust. I took off the silence to see if something was obstructing the silencer flow but their was nothing. I took off the header and there was nothing in there. I took off the carb to see if something fell in but their was nothing. I drained out the old gas so fresh gas could be put back in. I started the bike but it still had no power. I gave up and took my bike to a friend of mine. I went by his place to picked up the bike the next day and he had a little grin on his face. I asked him what the problem was. He said the jetting was perfect but was little over on oil. I asked by how much did I go over. He said I put in 5 qts. of oil. Another guy who was in the garage busted out laughing. He, my friend, asked how much oil goes in the car I just drove up in. I said four qts. Again we all started to laugh. I asked if this hurt the bike. He said it didn’t do much to the bike if I only rode the bike around for a little while which I did. Just with we had finished laughing real hard on the bike being three qts. of oil over, he checked the air pressure in the front tire. He looked the tire pressure gauge and said, “What the f*#k, 74 lbs. Sh%t, I would still freak out if this was the pressure in my truck.” Again we all busted out laughing again while he was spinning the front tire to see if there was a bulge. He let out the air and put it back to 18 lbs. After he was finished over looking the bike, and when every his going to write a book, he’s going to put this story in the book.