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okay, my bike is dripping, no really leaking, but one drip everytime I turn her off, in the morning I'll come up to her and there is one little drop directly under the gear change right in front of the left foot peg, and when I take off the plastic that covers the worm drive it is really oiled up? I'm really confused.
 

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Most likely the clutch push rod seal located right behind the worm drive.
 

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OR as I jsut fixed, the o-ring on the stator cover :coocoo
 

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OldTLSDoug said:
OR as I jsut fixed, the o-ring on the stator cover :coocoo
That should show on the outside of the stator cover?

I'd put my vote on the pushrod seal.
 

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Clutch pushrod seal. It is an inherent TL problem. Cheap to by, but you better buy 3 if you do the job URself or tell the dealer to buy 2.

When this job is done, you need to remove the front sprocket, sooo sprocket and chain mod time (520 chain and +3 conversion on the rear sprocket). I just did this, and sure enuf, the dealer ripped the seal putting it in. Back order on the first and second seal, I was w/o my baby 4 a month.

It is nice to know that I can find out exactly what the problem with the bike is by coming here, rather than the dealer totally raping me by trying to diagnose the problem....
 

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You never know could just be to much chain lube?
 

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i vote pushrod seal
 

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" Thats just sweat from all the horsepower" :laugh
 
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