Recently I found that there was antifreeze getting into my oil. There was no blue smoke. Water pump seal was replaced. When the oil plug was out and the bike sat over a few days you could see the green puddle below on the ground. When it ran, it never took long for the oil to chanhge to a merky, creamy consistency. Head gasket was the next thing to try.
When I got the kit, I seen that there was not only a metal head gasket, but there was also a material one. Being that there was no smoke, it made sensse that there may be an issue below the piston heads. So I figured that I would replace that gasket as well since I am this far, (and I would hate to waste the $150 not replacing it, only to find out it was that gasket).
Do you think that the "Cylinder" will need to be removed so that I can replace that gasket? It was quite the tear down, so I want to ensure my efforts are made efficiently.
Also, if I do...... how?