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Hey guys and gals, I have a question. On my bike were the pipe attaches to the cylinder, has a lot of oil build up and it sprays oil all over my boots and the bottom of my bike. Is there any way to fix this? Does this effect the engine performance? Thanks for any help given.

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There may be a copper crush washer that needs to be replaced too. Sometimes if this connection is left unattended for a long period, the pipe can vibrate enough to wear out the cylinder. 

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20 minutes ago, 351mustanger said:

There may be a copper crush washer that needs to be replaced too. Sometimes if this connection is left unattended for a long period, the pipe can vibrate enough to wear out the cylinder. 

Were is the crush washer located?

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Wow man that's bad. You may wanna consider a top end ,switch twostroke oil,  check jetting and float level.  Or get on the gas bud :ride: no offense at all

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2 minutes ago, Motox367 said:

Wow man that's bad. You may wanna consider a top end ,switch twostroke oil,  check jetting and float level.  Or get on the gas bud :ride: no offense at all

It has a brand new top end ,  jetting is perfect,  I like the oil I use,  and I ride the shit out of it!!! :) but thanks for the suggestions.

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8 minutes ago, Jack wagon said:

It has a brand new top end ,  jetting is perfect,  I like the oil I use,  and I ride the shit out of it!!! :) but thanks for the suggestions.

I'm sure you do :ride: what oil and ratio do you use? 

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9 minutes ago, highmarker said:

check those springs too, they may be weak or the wrong ones

 

Yeah, I know one of them is the rong  one so I'll get a new set.

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Looks like that is one of those that you can replace the exhaust pipe spigot separately from the cylinder. 

Its probably either a worn spigot or a bent pipe. 

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Hey guys, so is this leek effecting the performance of my bike at all? I don't really have the money for a new pipe right now.

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Make sure you have that copper gasket in there. And along with what everyone else has already said, you should also use hi-temp silicone as well. Apply it to the pipe where the 2 rubber o-rings go (I put some on before I put the rings on and then a little more after the rings are in place). With doing this I have always had great success. I never have any oil leaking out. Hope this helps.

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20 hours ago, DylDog said:

are you losing tranny oil inbetween your oil changes?

I dont think so, but I have noticed a dust build up around the case seal.

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21 hours ago, MotoHead said:

Make sure you have that copper gasket in there. And along with what everyone else has already said, you should also use hi-temp silicone as well. Apply it to the pipe where the 2 rubber o-rings go (I put some on before I put the rings on and then a little more after the rings are in place). With doing this I have always had great success. I never have any oil leaking out. Hope this helps.

So I cleaned it all up, and gasket makerd the crap out of it, so we will see if it holds up.

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2 hours ago, Jack wagon said:

So I cleaned it all up, and gasket makerd the crap out of it, so we will see if it holds up.

will only work if you got the copper washer and new springs and o rings

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