So, I just got a KLX400 and oil is spitting out of the stator grommet. I have no idea if it is stock or not, but it appears to have two holes that are open (ie: no wires passing through) and the oil seems to be spitting out of these two holes. I have searched, and it seems the Moose branded stator had instances of having two holes as it has 9 holes--apparently, stock, the stator only puts out 7 wires. From the searches, it seems like many have tried RTVs or SuzukiBond type stuff, with either success, or failures. Most of the OPs never really reported back on solving it or not. So it is hard to tell which path to take. I don't think the oil is seeping AROUND the grommet, just through the holes in the grommet. I noticed a bunch of oil when I bought the bike, but figured it was the CS seal but it isn't. So, my question is, attempt the get RTV/SuzukiBond over the holes, or I had an idea of using some really small screws, just a tiny bit bigger than the wire sized holes and putting the screws in to plug up the two unused holes? Ideas?