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December 11th, 2004, 04:05 AM   #1
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loosing coolant

the other day while out blasting some back roads, I was normally clipping along in top gear at a quick pace.

I started noticing water on top of the tank on the throttle side.

Didn't think too much about it as I had gone through a couple of puddles.

Once I got home I noticed the entire throttle side of the bike was wet as was my leg.

it was engine coolant.

appears to be coming from the cap area.

anyway to tell if the cap it defective or worn out?

it was on properly and there isn't any noticable damage to the rediator in that area.

wheres the best place to order parts from and what should I expect to pay for a new cap?

any other thoughts on why this would happen if it wasn't due to a faulty cap?
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December 11th, 2004, 04:13 AM   #2
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zip down to your local bike shop they can pressure test your cooling system for you and test your radiator cap for sealing and holding pressure
best place for you would be motoxotica they sponsor this site you will see there advertup top on the main page

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December 11th, 2004, 07:16 AM   #3
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You may try replacing the cap and mounting an overflow bottle. That will be one of my many Berg projects today.
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