Just bought a '05 YZ 450 with a rekluse left hand rear brake setup. Got out on the trail 2 miles from the truck and noticed something dragging the bike down, about that time I chopped the throttle and the bike slid to a stop with the rear tire locked up. With the bike in neutral I tried to roll it back and forth but it was locked up. So I grab my brake lever and it is TIGHT, won't move at all. Kill the bike and while I'm looking at the rear caliper, it starts to smoke. So while I'm taking my lid off to get a better look, it starts to smoke real bad and then with a big puff of smoke it sprays brake fluid every where. After letting everything cool off, it appears that it is leaking fluid where the banjo bolt attaches to the rear caliper. When I squeeze the lever (which goes all the way to the grip, no pressure at all) that is where the fluid is coming from. Did I blow the line? Did I blow a seal of some sort? Please tell me my caliper isn't toast. I assume the brakes weren't bled properly. Any ideas? Also, looking at the rotor, there is a real rough spot where it looks like the brake pad stuck to the rotor while it was 50,000 degrees. Rekon that will scrub off? Hope my rotor isn't warped. Oh yeah, the fork seal is leaking too FFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUdge!