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  1. Thanks guys for the reply. I took it back to the dealership and they gave me a new bike no probelm By mistake this bike was sold to me. One of the employees forgot to put a "not for sale" tag on the bike . The dealership actually cracked the engine case by accident. I learned a good lesson. When I was at the dealership I didn't let the bike warm up enough so I could observe the oil drip. I was too fricken excited and I got blinded.
  2. I'm glad to hear your experience was positive. I hope mine is the same. Thanks for letting me know.
  3. I can't f@#&ing believe this happened to me. I just bought my brand new 05 crf250x 3 hours ago from LA Cycle Sports in Los Angeles. When I got home I unloaded it from the truck and I notice oil on the bedliner. I check underneath the bike and I notice oil dripping near the front sprocket. I decide to start the engine and oil is streaming from a crack where the clutch cable connects to the engine case. I don't believe this will be an easy fix either. They will probably need to tear down the engine. I did buy an extended warranty but I prefer to get a new bike. I'm taking the bike back in the morning. It will be interesting to see how the dealer reacts. Anyone have a similar story or dealings with LA Cycle Sports in Inglewood? I worked hard to save this money. I was very excited about getting my bike. I'm coming off an XR400 which has been bullet proof. Now I'm 2nd guessing my decision to buy this bike. I can't tell you how disappointed I am :cry :