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Leak i have a 97 cr125r and when i was riding the other day the bike overheated and lost all compression and there was tranny fluid leaking out of the crankcase breather tube. What does this mean or what is broken on it?

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Overheating is never a good thing the piston probably melted and you may have seized the bearings on the crank and ruined the seals aswell causing any compression to blow thru the case and blowing the tranny fluid out of the tube.. best thing is to take the whole things apart and carefully inspect every part and replace anything worn or questionable. better safe then sorry...,,

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