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bike fell on right side, now leaks oil through the cover, does anyone know where i can get a gasket for this, i tried ebay but nothing, dont want to go through honda...
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It's a liquid gasket so you just need something like Honda Bond. My bike was leaking a little oil too through the right engine cover so I had my local shop take the cover off, got it powdercoated and then they reinstalled it using Honda Bond. No more leak!
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It's a liquid gasket so you just need something like Honda Bond. My bike was leaking a little oil too through the right engine cover so I had my local shop take the cover off, got it powdercoated and then they reinstalled it using Honda Bond. No more leak!

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All the covers used liquid gaskets so you will have to go buy some or go tatke it to the dealer. If you do it yourself, make sure to follow the directions for the liquid gasket.
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Also make sure the cover isn't cracked anywhere before you reinstall it.


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Also make sure the cover isn't cracked anywhere before you reinstall it.
Yah, if it fell over theres not any reason for it to leak unless you damaged the cover. The fall shouldn't effect how the cover is sealed, the cover and the case shouldn't have come apart nor should the cover have moved unless the cover is damaged.
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thank you all, i rev'd the bike and was able to see the leak come out of the damaged crack, now to call honda for liquid gasket
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thank you all, i rev'd the bike and was able to see the leak come out of the damaged crack, now to call honda for liquid gasket
And a new case right? You're not planning on trying to seal the crack with liquid gasket are you?


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