I recently bought a low mileage 1998 ktm 380 exc that hasn't been run in about 8 months. The previous owner dumped the carb and cleaned it and dumped all the gas. Started up first kick. Bike appears to be in a great shape and runs strong however after my initial ride I noticed it is leaking oil. It looks like the someone used liquid gasket on a section of the case. Not hte clutch cover but the next piece behind that. There are about 3 bolts at the bottom where small amounts of oil are dripping down. I have several questions: Does anyone have a 1998 ktm 380 exc manual in pdf? What weight oil does the tranny use or can I just use dexron atf? Do you know if that section of the case has a gasket or did someone simply not apply enough liquid gasket and it deteriorated over time and developed a leak. I know the previous owner very well and he rode the thing about 3 times. I have a riding buddy who knows the original owner who lives 1 state away.