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Exclamation oil leaks at high speeds help me!!

hey guys i seemed to have come across a problem hopefuly someone can help me out. i own an 03 cbr600rr lowered 3inches with full exhaust new chain an sprocket. the bike rides fine but for sum reason above 120mph oil begins leak from the right side and on to my shoes not much but enough to make me worry. does anyone have any idea where it could be coming from? im sure its probably a gasket but if someone has had this problem and can offer me some help it would be greatly appreciated. thanks for your time
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 09-20-2008, 03:00 PM
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could be coming from anywhere. maybe your oil filter.
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make sure ur not over filled and it might be the gasket..
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Have you got a washer around the oil filler cap?

Is the oil filter on ok?
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make sure ur not over filled and it might be the gasket..
thanx i took it back to the shop who did my last oil change when i changed my sprocket an it was leaking from the valve cover gasket due to them over filling it.
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change your own oil from now on.

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Have you got a washer around the oil filler cap?

Is the oil filter on ok?
the filter is fine but i found out the leak is coming from the valve cover thanx alot for the help though.
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change your own oil from now on.

yea you got that right thats the last time i pay to get it done
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lowered 3 inches
wow
how does it not scrape the ground
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lol.. if your leaking oil above 120 mph...umm SLOW DOWN :icon_lol:
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