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Can anyone help me regarding motorbikes?... kawasaki kx125 1990

Currently re-building the whole bike, had a crack on the underneath the engine. i managed to seal it all up with 'poxy putty'. fired it up for the first time, and the thing is dripping!!??!!! can anyone please advise me?
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    tom May 13, 2008

    i can see it all fine. theres no secondary crack thankfully, but its an alloy casing

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I dont think putty would seal it.also the crack maybe larger than what you can see.tear engine down and weld or new case

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