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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-11-2018, 09:38 AM Thread Starter
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Stop leaking...!!

Maybe this....??Motorcycle engines rev hard to produce the power you need to go fast. Over time, parts in your motorcycle engine can start to wear out, causing oil leaks. Common oil leak causes and locations in your motorcycle include:
•Oil pan seal: The oil seal between your engine block and the oil pan can wear out over time and get dry and brittle. This allows oil to seep out, often onto the ground.
•Cylinder head gasket: A gasket present between your engine block and oil can cover is a common location for oil leaks, as the seal gets old and the bolts holding the covers on work their way loose.
•Oil filter: The seal on your oil filter can also start to leak if your oil filter comes loose or if the seal starts to crack or break down, allowing oil to escape.
•Hoses and tubes: Oil can be channeled through various hoses and tubes, depending on your model and design of motorcycle, and leaks can start at the different connection points.

If you have a motorcycle engine oil leak at any of these locations, your engine may be starved of oil, which can cause major engine damage. Additionally, any leaking oil is also a pollution problem for the environment and can create slippery roads that present a risk for other drivers, especially other motorcycle riders.

How to Fix Your Motorcycle Oil Leak

One fast and affordable repair for a motorcycle engine oil leak is our advanced Concentrated Main Seal Motor Oil Leak Repair. Designed to give new life to your main engine seal, it can help reduce or completely stop motorcycle engine oil leaks with little hassle. Replacing the seals in your engine involves a costly and time-consuming engine rebuild, so opt instead for the fast and reliable fix that more motorcycle riders are choosing for small to moderate engine oil leaks: Bar’s Leak Main Seal.
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-11-2018, 06:06 PM
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1st thing that comes to mind is whether or not the stuff is safe for oil bath clutches (remember our clutch bathes in the same oil as the crankshaft, transmission)
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Did someone take over Vulkan's mind on this thread? Did he get hacked? This reeks of a nasty canned ham substance that Haiiwain people love to fry up in butter. Not bad in an omelette or fried and eaten on a grilled hard roll with mayo. HMMMMMMMMMM. Wholesome goodness

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Nope,this was "pasted" but...tried that Bars leak main seal...did NOT work (so far).
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