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Old 11-26-2011, 12:58 AM   #1
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50 oil leak???

We rode the out of the 50 a few weekends ago it ran perfect had no issues whatsoever, parked it for the night. Went out to put some gas in it to let my son ride it and there is a HUGE puddle of oil? under the bike... Cleaned it up sprayed some engine degreaser on the bike and looked for cracks or leaks couldnt find anything. Moved it to another spot and AGAIN huge oil pool. I checked the oil lvl and it still shows that its about full... I cant figure this out and my son is getting upset cuz hes been in love with this bike since my wife bought it for us. Any help is greatly appreciated specially since we dont live near houston area anymore. Thanks in advance
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I have not tried to run the bike since the leak
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I got the same exact problem, but the bike runs fine. ^
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Old 11-26-2011, 01:19 AM   #4
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Should i not ride it? Im scared to.
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Old 11-26-2011, 01:41 AM   #5
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after my cousin ate sh*t on my 50, it seemed to be leakin oil also, but somehow oil got into some lil drain hose around the carb and was leaking from there. i drained that lil hose, and no more oil leak. i'm not sure exactly how to explain it, but it was actually fairly simple...
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Old 11-26-2011, 01:44 AM   #6
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Im out of town atm but when i get back home im going to take it apart and clean it but im still hopin someone has some answers for me haha. Im also looking for a handbrake kit for it.
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Old 11-26-2011, 01:56 AM   #7
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i searched forever for a used handbrake kit, but i went ahead and just bought a brand new one from 50stunt.com. it's an awesome piece, and well worth it. i always seem to miss the parts when they do come up, and i didn't wanna wait anymore.
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Old 11-26-2011, 01:57 AM   #8
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how much did u pay and what kit did u buy? i havent really researched it much
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http://www.50stunt.com/50_STUNT_REAR.../mmst-0137.htm

i bought that and a rear spring at the same time, and i got a discount cuz they had a promotion code on their facebook page. their stuff is top notch!
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Cool thanks i might actually order the brake tonight
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anyone got some info on this oil leak???
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meh..drain the Oil. 50's dont even need oil.
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lol it still shows full thats whats driving me crazy but this oil spill was bigger than a basketball in diameter.
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We rode the out of the 50 a few weekends ago it ran perfect had no issues whatsoever, parked it for the night. Went out to put some gas in it to let my son ride it and there is a HUGE puddle of oil? under the bike... Cleaned it up sprayed some engine degreaser on the bike and looked for cracks or leaks couldnt find anything. Moved it to another spot and AGAIN huge oil pool. I checked the oil lvl and it still shows that its about full... I cant figure this out and my son is getting upset cuz hes been in love with this bike since my wife bought it for us. Any help is greatly appreciated specially since we dont live near houston area anymore. Thanks in advance
the right side of the engine has 1 nut in the case, mine was l;eaking from there, check if that nut is tight and if the leak is from there
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I can fix it whatever the problem is lol. Just don't know if you want to drive way up north. I'm the guy that works on everyone's 50s haha.
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how far north? i actually live way up north
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How far is that from college station area?
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