I originally bought this bike from a lady who said she has not used\nthis bike in a few years. I took the bike home and ordered an old\nmechanics book for the bike. I then proceeded to dismantle the entire\ncarbs right down to the gaskets. My intentions were to replace all the\nparts but when I opened everthing up there was so much rust in this\nthing it was pathetic. The gas tank holy junk yard dreams batman, I\nhad to get a tetanus shot just from looking at it. I cleaned out the\ncarbs and derusted the tank, then I sealed the tank with a kit I\nbought from napa autostore. I also cleaned out the bowl beneath the\ngas tank (PSI) and the little screen in there. The Bike ran\nbeautifully for about a month when I thought it needed an oil job.\nAfter taking it to Northern Cycles in Michigan the guy pointed out\nthat I needed new tires and the works on this bike. After sinking 350\nbucks to get this bike up to par I decided I would take on the task of\nchanging my oil and filters. Well low and behold STUPID me... I put\n15w30 into the oil... DOH... Yah Yah Yah I know.. Anyways I redid it\nafter my engine froze up on me a few days after that. That was when I\ndecided to look at the containers of oil again... Noticing that 3 of\nthem were 15w30.. my bad for not looking at them... Anyways.. I\ndrained the oil, put new plugs, new filter and new battery in. The\nbike started up but the problem is the drain lines are syphing gas\nlike a drunk gerbil with a bladder problem.. And the blueish white\nsmoke wont stop, and my muffler looks like a smoking gun when I shut\nthe engine off. Plus my carbs are always in need o being unscrewed to\nallow the fuel to be drained so it wouldnt cut out.. Can someone help\nme with this monumental screw up?