Started mine today, 1st start since last October. Fired up fine, idled at 1500rpm for a good few minutes then settled to around 1200rpm. Yes my right pipe smoked a little more than the left, then cleared, then the left smoked a little then cleared... seem to recall Rob saying that the right cylinder takes the devils share of fuel so will warm up quicker, get hotter, so I'm not too concerned about the subtle differences between the two at start up. Ran out of time to take her for a spin but end of this week looks brill at around 14degC and sunshine The last time she was out was on the run to Ace Cafe where, if you remember, my catch bottle filled to overflowing and left a puddle under the bike. I put the bike away and did nothing more to her all Winter. Today I emptied my catch bottle and checked my oil tank dipstick which showed the cold oil level was below the knurled region. I started the bike, let her warm up for a good 5-10 mins, checked oil lines were getting nice and warm then shut her off and rechecked dipstick.... still a good centimetre below knurled area. I don't know how much oil loss this represents as I don't have any of the correct grade to put in (I know, buy a Norton and buy a gallon of oil at the same time just in case lol), so my assumption that running my bike at 80+mph for an extended period (100+ miles?) doesn't just fill the catch bottle but it chucks it out!!! I've got a gallon of Silkolene coming tomorrow so I will know how much I've lost but has anyone else experienced this on a MkII ? Low pressure Oil light not illuminated so my guess is I am just being a little paranoid but will know more tomorrow.