When I changed the oil in my RM last week at 5,000 miles, I noticed that my OEM oil dipstick has the word, "Cold" etched on it (below the "Add" mark) along with a row of 5 "X's" on upper side of "Cold" and 5 "X's" going down toward the bottom of the dipstick on lower side of "Cold". Looks like those are there to check oil level too! This made me wonder if the manufacturer (Indian) intended for this "Cold" mark to be used for a "cold oil" reading. I know the service manual, owner's manual and everything we know says check oil level at normal operating temp but considering how inconsistent the oil level reading is from one try to another, maybe there was an intent for the dipstick to be used for cold oil readings and never covered in the manual, just like setting the alarm from the key FOB was left out. Thoughts?