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Old 07-28-2015, 11:28 AM
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Question Oil leak from primary side

So I found a small oil leak coming from the primary side of the engine. I have taken primary apart and found the issue with the engine binding in one spot, but I have a small oil drip from the splines where the shaft comes out, not from the oil seal. Is this an indication the seal needs to be replaced??
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I hope this is not the same issue I am having. Is it an ultima 127? I would say, replace the seal and out high heat rtv around the splines and see if t still leaks.
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Old 07-28-2015, 09:20 PM
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It is a 110 revtech... I ordered a seal, so see if that fixes it... Just weird it's coming out of the splines and not the seal...
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Figured out the problem
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Could you let us know what the problem was so we can get an education? Hope you guys are running primary support..
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Old 08-03-2015, 11:42 AM
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Sure, so what it was is that the bike has been sitting for quite sometime and all the oil has gone into the case, no oil in oil bag, since there was no pressure on the crank shaft, from the pulley, oil was coming out the splines. The binding was due to the stator rotor hitting the wiring connection inside, had to replace the rotor, as it had a dent in it. Put primary back together and the engine rotates fine and no oil
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Thank you for all the help, bike is running great
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thank you for all the help, bike is running great
and what was leaking?
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Oil was leaking from the primary side of the engine, as there want enough pressure drone the nut on the pulley, the engine was having a hard time turning over, thought it was engine, but found out it was the clutch hub rubbing in the primary backing plate. After it was all out back together, no leaks
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