My brothers bike (97 gsxr 600) (so I'm not really familiar with it yet mechanicaly) Anyway...the bike was stored improperly and ignored since 2005. Now my brother wants to ride with me because I bought a new bike and his wouldnt run. So I cleaned his carbs...and drained and filled his tank with new gas. I removed all the jets and cleaned them...but i did not remove the needle valves i just sprayed some carb cleaner at them. When I had the carbs off I noticed that the Right cylinder had quite a bit of oil (maybe a teaspoon) sitting on top of the intake valve. We changed the oil (went with 20-50 this time) never used 20-50 on this bike before. Started up the bike and it ran great(like new) Rode the bike for 3 miles and it ran great...then died out...restarts wont rev over 4000 rpm...wont start without full choke, and the bike used one quart of oil in 3 miles. I didnt look in the airfilter housing yet to see if it's full of oil. I'm just looking for advice now before i tear into this thing. I'm assuming the bike has an electric fuel pump...do to the whine sound when key turned on. What kind of pressure should it have?? What kind of volume?? What is the diaphram mounted to bottom of pump? I'm thinking of removing all the spark plugs and pourin either seafoam or trans fluid in the combustion chamber...maybe the rings stick and thats why the oil is vanishing? Im gonna pull and replace plugs tommorow... so I'll know more tommorow Thanks for any help!!