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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 06-07-2018, 07:50 PM Thread Starter
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Default HELP please! Oil leak

I'm on the side of the road and well... This

~20k on the odo...

Cooler seems clean so I'm scared it might be more serious. Any ideas?
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From the spot on the cement it looks like one of the oil lines. I would wipe everything down real good and then put down a clean piece of cardboard. The wait for the spot to appear and trace it back.
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Found it! Damn... Tow is gonna be more than the part.

O2 wore through the cooler. How the hell?

Had these pipes on for more than 12k
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Good reason to remove the O2 sensors like most of us have.
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It's been awhile since I've been on here as well... The bike just works.

That said, don't think that'll work for me. It's a 2012 with intake exhaust and cams. Has a power commander with auto tune.

Can't believe they want 275 bucks for that piece of metal.

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Do you have Facebook? If so look for Victory buy and sell or victory motorcycle owners. Both have a few dealers that have new or used parts. Chances are someone will have a part off a crash bike that will cost much less.

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If you are in a bind by-pass the cooler. If you are not in the desert anyway. I would do it if I had to get home. Also you can run an aftermarket cooler or get one off of another vehicle if you do not want to pay the big bucks. I know some will say but you can not do that, I say bs. Just think in a few short years you will not being able to buy a stock oil cooler for these bikes, then you will have to come up with a different cooler to use. Oh yes and you might be able to have it repaired at a GOOD radiator shop.
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If you are in a bind by-pass the cooler. If you are not in the desert anyway. I would do it if I had to get home. Also you can run an aftermarket cooler or get one off of another vehicle if you do not want to pay the big bucks. I know some will say but you can not do that, I say bs. Just think in a few short years you will not being able to buy a stock oil cooler for these bikes, then you will have to come up with a different cooler to use. Oh yes and you might be able to have it repaired at a GOOD radiator shop.
Yeah it should solder up, flush some degreaser through it to get rid of oil traces flush with water then methylated sprit to get rid of water,
Should then be clean enough to solder up
And get rid of the O2s

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If you can't find one look for a radiator shop they should be able to fix it

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