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Harley Davidson Dyna Street Bob Special 2016(103 ci).
Before winter season I did all recommended tips to store my bike during the winter, oil change was one of them. It was my first oil change with a Harley and my instruction-book(manual) told me to fill 2.8 Liters in it after running the engine for "some time" and draining all oil.
I ran the engine for approximately 2 mins. After that I let the oil drain for 10 - 15 mins until no more drop came out of the engine anymore. Until now I expected that most of the oil is out and didn't check the oil level again while filling the engine up. After filling (exact) 2.8 Liters in it, I started the engine for 2 mins. After that I checked the oil level again and was shocked that the oil level exceeded by far the hot-max-level. I therefore let some oil drain until the oil level reached the middle-level between cold(low) and hot(full). It occurred a month ago and since that I can not calm myself down.
My question is: What consequence does this oil-overfill have in terms of engine-damage?
Thank you very much for your expertise.