A few weeks ago I changed my transmission oil. I have read many posts about putting in a little extra and I am not very mechanic oriented so I figured if a little was good then a lot was better! I use this theory on everything except when I tighten bolts. Anyway I washed the bike and let it run like I usually do to get out the moisture and I looked down and trans oil was coming out of one of the bottom overflow tubes. It made quite a little puddle so I shut off the bike and removed the bolt you are supposed to undue when you are filling the trans. Since It was overfilled, once I removed the overflow bolt more fluid drained out. I let some more drain and re installed the bolt. How in the heck did the fluid get to the overflow tube? Could I have caused any damage? It seems to shift fine.