Timing Cover Leak
Letís say someone low sides without any frame or case sliders on your bike and the bike slides a good enough distance to grind down your timing cover quite a bit. So much so, it may have even grinded through the cover and ate into the engine itself a little bit. Or even just a little nick.
They then replace the cover, apply some gasket maker, and torque new bolts into place, and then even wait a day or two for a good seal before starting the engine and riding again.
But it starts leaking, very slowly. Never enough to be concerned about the engineís health, but enough that you occasionally have to clean up the mess on the bike itself, never the floor (no puddles, no drips). Is the engine now no good? Is there a solution to stop the leak?
"If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?" Absolutely
2016 S1000RR - RUBY 40k mi - SEP 2016 ~ PRESENT
2014 CBR500R(R) - SKARLETTE 20k mi - FEB 2015 ~ SEP 2016