I have posted before about some engine noises that have been concerning me on my 2005 SV650S. The bike has been at the dealership for about a month now, i thought, with the information i have found on this site that it was a cam chain tensioner. I was almost positive that, that is what is was, sounded just like it. Turns out, when they pulled the oil filter off and dissected it, it was full of bearing material. First of all, this was about the worst news i could get, i am making the assumption that it is the rod bearing, and i am positive that it is from the front cylinder, just by listening to where the noise comes from. Before discovering this, an oil press test was done, it was making 23 psi at 3000 rpms, and it is supposed to make 29 psi. Could this lack of oil pressure cause the bearing to get too hot and fail? I don't want to settle for them just fixing the bearing and oil pump. Metal shavings spread fast, and now I'm concerned that this is going to become a much bigger problem. Scarring on the cylinders walls, clogging oil passages and more. What do I do, I want Suzuki to replace the engine, but how unlikely is it that, that will happen...? As of now, it is still likely a warrantiable issue, but now official determination can be made until the motor is actually dissected. Problem is, is they end up getting inside and find something that leads them to believe that it isn't a warranty issue, i have to foot the bill for everything: labor, parts, time. What do I do? Any help is appreciated. Thanx riders.