View single post by Zackri Higgins
 Posted: Thu Oct 3rd, 2019 09:38 am
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Zackri Higgins



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My R&M was the same way; ran great for a couple of days and magically started leaking.
I’d take the rotor out and see if it has any oil grooves on it, and then you’ll have to look through the vents with a flashlight and mess with it until you can’t see the oil grooves on either side (exactly what I did with my R&M, and it hasn’t leaked since).

Here’s a pic of the oil groove I’m talking about (outlined in green. It’s a little hard to see because of how dirty it is, but you can see it if you look closely):

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