Question about 2001 Buell Blast
NO, The front plug should have a piece of ,etal around it and making that plug should be about 1/2 an inch sticking out the other plug should be closer to the engine. The 1st one is your clutch fluid, the second is your oil drain plug. You actually have 2 areas of draining, The plug from the engine where the screws are and the 2nd is the one on the side of your rear tire on the inside part of your frame the lowere rubber hose is also a drain. ( clutch fluid and oil take the same oil ) youll need to take the left foot peg off in order to remove the clutch cover plate......BE CAREFUL NOT TO STRIP THOSE 3 SCREWS holding the cover on.....It will be a B**** trying to take them out if you do.....make sure your engine is HOT prior to removing those screws.
Posted on May 10, 2010
Swounds like it possiblly an extra oil drain cap!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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