I’ve got an ‘06 Softail Night Train with a fuel injected TC88. We had two hurricanes here in ‘17 and it sat just above the ocean for the storms and nearly two years after. I bought it for $500 and started working on it. Rust was a major issue, as the salt spray from the ocean, which was a mere 150’ away, just powerwashed the bike and then it just sat. The fuel tank was almost a lost cause, but I managed to get it cleaned up and useable , and replaced the EFI fuel check assembly. I drained all fluids and refilled them to proper levels per manual recommendations. I started her up, let her run for about 15 minutes (idle is too high, but I’ll deal with that later), then went for a gentle ride. Sitting in traffic in 88° heat in the Caribbean, air cooled engines can get a little warm. But nothing to worry about too much. But as I’m sitting at a light I smell burning oil and I look down and oil is dripping out of the air filter box onto the exhaust. I pull over, check the oil tank, and this thing is FULL, right up to the cap! I was close to home, so I hobbled her in. Let it sit overnight, and I just went out and the oil tank is still completely full! WTF? Any ideas as to what my next step should be??