Hey guys. Thanks for looking. I picked my kid up a 1985 SP250 that seemed like a decent starting point to chop up and make into something cool. Started tearing into it before I noticed oil leaking out of a couple of the case seams. I've got to do a clutch anyway, so if it had just been one of the side covers, no big deal, but it's leaking out of the center seam at the back as well. That smells like a complete tear down to me. I'm generally not afraid of taking things apart but haven't been in this deep before. Complete gasket set, oil seals for shifter, kick, clutch shaft, primary... Plus the head and jugs need to come off. How the hell can I go that far and not replace the piston, cam chain and chain guides? Where does it end? Stop the insanity! We just wanted a cheap scrambler! I mean, it's not like I can throw some stop leak in there. Guess it boils down to whether the bike is worth the weekend and another couple hundred bucks in parts. What do you figure the flat rate book says hours wise to re-seal this motor up? Peace!