Posted a couple of weeks ago about cold weather oil consumption on a 2008 KLR. Not to waste a lot of time, but the deal was that I changed the oil last fall prior to putting the bike to bed for the winter. Did wake it up for some below freezing rides, maybe 50 miles. Checked the oil view port and low and behold no oil was to be seen. It appeared that the bike consumed the entire 2.5L in a couple of very short rides in very cold weather. Today it's kind of warm in the Chicago area. maybe 55. I removed the oil drain plug and out flowed almost 2.5L of oil so clean you could drink it. No dirt, discoloration or water, just clean oil. So, regardless of what was visible in the port, the bike was full of good, clean oil. Refilled and looked at the port again. No oil to be seen. Closer examination yielded what appears to be a solid white film covering the entire port, blocking the view of oil. My best guess is condensation in/on the glass, but I'm not sure. I was going to attach a picture, but I guess it's not allowed. Just visualize looking in the port and seeing what appeard to be a solid layer of light, pure snow. Anyone else ever experience this? If so, how did you deal with it? Thanks.