A little is normal. When's the last time you had it opened up? If you've never drained it, you could get an accumulation over time.
While it is absolutely possible since I literally just NOW learned about draining it (the joys of learning things the hard way), I can at least say that my oil was last changed by the Honda shop last year, which they most likely didn't even bother to check this part of it since it wasn't the issue I payed them for.
Honestly until now the only time I ever needed to check the air filter was when I first switched to K&N on my current bike, and before that when it wouldn't crank over on my old Nighthawk....which I found a damn mouse nest hahaha.
To be 100% upfront, I was raised by ALL women and didn't have the "training" some of you may have had. Instead of being a mechanical "genius", I can cook one hell of a damn good chicken breast lmao. I am of course trying to expand my knowledge so I do truly thank all of you for taking the time to educate my dumbass, and for being patient with me on all of this...and I ask that you all continue to show patience as I continue to learn.
There is a small liquid separator tank and that drain hose. It should have a plug in the end until time to drain and then re-plug.
I did find the plug with no issue and got it all drained and wiped out, it's actually something I have wondered about for quite sometime anyway (the hose I mean).
What is the importance of it being plugged at all times and why can't I just leave it open? I completely believe you, I just want to understand the reason why.
Other forums (for other vehicles) I have been on weren't so understanding when I asked "why" so I feel I need to clarify.