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TS90 Suzuki leaks oil out of front of header pipe

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Worngasket ir loose bolts..go ovr bike for othr maintenanc..rmembr ur doin sixti on twowheels

Posted on Jul 03, 2019

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The shock would get just as hot without the exhaust being next to it. The amount of heat generated by the thousands of up/down cycles a shock goes through, especially at racing speeds, is higher than the heat transferred from the pipe being next to it.

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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SOURCE: Enginge oil leak, '03 Ford Escape v6

Valve cover gaskets.

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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SOURCE: suzuki gsx 600 1991 oil leak front of the engine

Sounds like you need new exhaust gaskets to seal the exhaust pipes.

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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SOURCE: Oil in exhaust pipe, dripping from the mesh

double check that the oil filter is tight. it is located right above that flex pipe/ mesh.

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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The shock would get just as hot without the exhaust being next to it. The amount of heat generated by the thousands of up/down cycles a shock goes through, especially at racing speeds, is higher than the heat transferred from the pipe being next to it.

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