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2007 kymco xciting 500 drips oil near kick stand

I have noticed lately that after riding the bike and leaving it sit for awhile, there is a small puddle of oil on the ground in the vacinity of the kick stand. The oil seems to dip from a long silver pipe that attatches to the exhaust. I dod not know the exact location of the drip. Any ideas?

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    irish45149 Jul 07, 2012

    To reclarify, the leak seems to be dripping above the centerstand. This is evident only after riding it. This morning there was a spot again, about as large as a golf ball. I looked again in that area and there seems to be a slight residue of oil along the lower portion of the motor which then drips onto this small silver pipe directly below. Is this something of major concern? The oil level seems to be okay. Can I still ride it.?

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This means you have to keep checking your oil more often, try this clean a big portion around the oil dripping make sure is clean when you finish you can turn the moped on give it a little gas,right away check for the oil leak once you spot it that would be your starting point.
good luck!

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