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Creamy dipstick/oil cap

Hello, I have a 2000 Honda VT1100 C2 that has a developed creamy white substance on the dipstick and also found underneath the oil cap. There is no external leaks of oil and coolant before and after doing a oil change about a week ago. Also, no issue when the bike turns on. It starts up at the touch of a button and rides smooth with power. To be more exact it runs better than before with no evidence of decreased engine power. Any ideas?

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It is usually a sign of coolant in the oil. However, if you have gone on any trips of at least 45 minutes or more, it can be condensation. If that's the case , change the oil and take a ride. Check the oil the next couple of days. Hope that cures it.

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