I recently took my bike out and dusted it off for the season. This is my second season with a klr 650. Over the winter I picked up Eagle Mike’s doohickey upgrade kit. I left the bike off at my tech’s shop so he could install the kit. While he was doing the job he emailed me a picture of the oil. It looked wicked milky. He stated that the fluid level in the radiator looked O.K. I would ocationally glance at the temp gauge when I road it over to his shop ( about 20 miles ) and the temp appeared O.K. I had changed the oil once over the previous summer and it looked O.K. ( used but no water, 2.5 k on that oil ). I stored the bike with about 1.5 k on the oil change. The bike is an 09 with about 7k on the engine. The spot I had it stored in was my heated cellar. I am talking it never gets below 70 degrees. My wife’s washer/dryer ironing area is in the cellar and she likes it about 70. I moved the bike out of the cellar into my garage on a Friday night planning to get it to the shop Saturday . Well, we received an unexpected 6” of snow over night so the bike ended up sitting in my non-heated, but very dry garage for about 2 weeks before the schedule allowed me to get it to the shop. So the bike went from 70 to freezing/ below zero while it was sitting in the garage. I ride rain or shine from March until as close as I can get to Thanks giving, my off road consists of state fire roads, extremely beat up New England back roads.( paved but should have been resurfaced 20 years ago ) I use a power washer on my bikes but not aggressively. ( I have never peeled off any decals or anything. Also along with that 1.5k on the oil I am sure the bike sat out in some drowning rain storms before I stored it. Is there some sort of engine case vent that would allow water in ? condensation ? Would the slightest amount of water make the oil milky. ( the sight glass on the engine case where you check the oil level is cloudy white ) My tech stated that I should change the oil again soon to try and clean out the engine. Is there possibly a product I can put into the oil that would help to remove/absorb the water from oil prior to changing it ? If not, is there some sort of rutine to run to get the engine safe ? Am I being paranoid ? I would really like to clear that oil level site glass without having to have to disassemble the engine. My rule for the last 30 years is to never take a motorcycle off line during the riding season unless there are no other options. Any suggestions offered would be appreciated.