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Oil leak on cbr 600rr 07

I have what I think is a blown out oil pan gasket dew to a over fill of the oil. What I cant tell is if it is a gasket or a liquid seal. I looked at a part list at http://www.cheapcycleparts.com/model...semblies/19356 and do not see an gasket can some one confirm? And if so what should I use to reseal it?
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It's Hondabond HT. Make sure to prep both surfaces well and let the gasket sit for about 3 minutes before installing the part. Might want to confirm the oil leak though before doing anything.
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I can tell that's where it is coming from the seal all way around looks wet. And as I ride the oil gets put back to the rear of the bike. No oil is leaking from the top of the engine. So I may have got lucky after all :)
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Could I use some other then hondabond HT?
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You could, but I wouldn't. You can pick up a tube of Hondabond HT for about $10, and will have enough to seal your oil pan at least 10 times. It works pretty well on cuts too when you don't have superglue. Don't ask how I know.
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Lol thanks i will look to see if a Honda dealer near me has some bc I hate waiting for things in the mail
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Lol thanks i will look to see if a Honda dealer near me has some bc I hate waiting for things in the mail
If it helps when they try to rape you on the price, cost is $6.90, so it wont be too difficult to talk them down to $10 with them still making a profit. MRSP is a hair over $12.

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I will give it a shot lol I am so bad at talking ppl down on pricing. But thanks for the info :)
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Could I use some other then hondabond HT?
yes, you can use others. its all rtv. i use permatex hi temp black rtv.
all you need is a small tube of rtv. it will be enough rtv for just the pan.
permatex can be found at any auto parts store or walmart.






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Would not happen to know what the torque spec is for the oil pan bolts anyone?
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Would not happen to know what the torque spec is for the oil pan bolts anyone?
There's no specific torque that I know of, but Honda usually has 12-15ft.lbs for oil pans.
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One last thing to ask I did change the oil 400 miles ago and wanted to know if it would be a good idea to leave the filter in opposed to changing it again. Oh and I will be using a different oil amsoil to mobile1. Would like not to spend the money again for a new one.
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I'd change the oil filter. With a differing brand of oil, and possible debris in the filter from the oil being overfilled, it's a bad idea to not change it out. $7 on a new filter is a small cost compared to possibly having to replace an engine. Better safe than sorry.
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Ya I think you are right I think I am going to try this Purolator Pure One oil filter. I have herd many good things.
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Purolator's are good. They also manufacture Mobile and Honda oil filters.
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Thats really good to know, do you know what an high flow oil filter really does? I guess what I am asking is if it makes a difference.
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High flow is just one of those marketing phrases that doesn't really mean anything. Oil flow will always be restricted when travelling through filter media, so they compensate with "special" filter media that has larger openings to allow fluid to flow better, but say it still filters the same.

I find it better to just go with a filter that is 1" longer than stock while having the called for specs, and having a tenth of a quart extra oil to keep the oil pressure correct. Hasn't let me down yet with 10,000 street miles and 1,000 track miles, with blackstone reports at every oil change with no negative side effects.
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One last thing to ask I did change the oil 400 miles ago and wanted to know if it would be a good idea to leave the filter in opposed to changing it again. Oh and I will be using a different oil amsoil to mobile1. Would like not to spend the money again for a new one.
if youve changed out the filter when you did your new oil change and only done 400 mi's...
imo, you can leave it bro. i wouldnt even waste your money.
but if you want peace of mind, i guess you can go ahead buy one and replace the other filter.
but like i said, i wouldnt. but its your call mang.






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Well it turns out that I will not be doing the seal on the oil pan. Did not know that I would have to remove the exhaust to do this task. I have called the dealer that sold me the bike and they wanted me to get a quote, I am assuming that they will be paying for the repairs at this point. Just hope the dealer I took it to does not find anything else wrong with the bike due to the over filled oil
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Taking the exhaust off isn't so difficult, though it's probably best the dealership will probably be doing/paying for the repairs.
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Taking the exhaust off isn't so difficult, though it's probably best the dealership will probably be doing/paying for the repairs.
Ya I know I just didnt want to mess with it seeing I had nothing to do with what happen to the bike in the 1st place. The thing that sux is that it is really nice out here in PA and i have not bike lol
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Ok so the problem was the check oil window was leaking. They replaced a o ring and it is good to go lol I am dam glad that I did not take that oil pan off.
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