Agree... That bright white is troubling.. especially on a brand new rig! Personally I would be doing just what you said.. take a sample. measure the amount ..Then take pictures and call customer care at Kawi and fill there message system up until I got another diff..I have drained numerous gearcases that had water contamination, and have never seen oil that white, and creamy looking. It usually has a more tan to grayish appearance, and sorta waves/blotches of color. That is pretty strange. I'd pour that into a clean jar, just in case.
I actually ran into the same problem my last oil diff change I have over 1500 miles. I ran ran extra oil thru it and let it drain over night
Your going to want to drive it around a little and change it again. It make take a few times.The rear looked great!.the engine oil looked fine.so ya I don't wanna give up my kawasaki to the dealer before my first trip.so I'm just gonna keep flushing it.i put Delray gear oil in it for now. Gl5 hypoid planned on dumping that out after a couple hard trips and putting better brand in it later..I checked my neighbors front diff in his and it's fine.we bought two the same day.same place
Dam buddie..I can't remember but I think I've flushed mine close to 9 times.. it's cleared up alot!!!no issues..call kawasaki and document it!I just changed mine at 901 miles and it was white in the front the same as the picture. Did anyone find out why. Mine has been sitting still for 2 weeks and it had no separations at all. I would think water would separate. This did not.