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Are you sure that wasn't from your key or key ring? I had the "oil problem" 3 times, and it never harmed the finish of my bike.
However, when I attached another key to the keyring, I noticed those pitting marks where the key was flying around in the wind after a long ride. Seems suzuki wants us to only use the single bike key while riding, or replace imitation chrome plastic parts.
 

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drain it down to the proper amount of oil.  Idle the bike for 15 mins, turn if off for 3, place a 2x4 under the sidestand and check the oil without screwing the dipstick in. just set it in. BUT, you also have to clean out the air intake or it'll still drip a little.   Hell, my dealer cleaned mine out and it still has a tiny amount of oil on the bottom once in a while.  There's a lot of baffles so good luck
 
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