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I left the bike idling for an hour it got super hot now the oil is leaking badly

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Friend, An hour is a very long time. And since you say it got super hot. It has damaged the gasket, which needs to be changed. The gasket got burnt partially and has started leaking. PLEASE DO NOT RUN IT UNTIL YOU HAVE REPLACED THE GASKET. I hope you know what a gasket is? It is the soft packing between the cover and the body of the engine and helps seal the opening so that the oil or whatever it is does not leak. Please replace the gasket immediately before starting the bike.

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