Join Date: Mar 2007
Location: Fort Sask , Alberta, Canada
I get that on occasion myself if the bike has been sitting or when the temperature changes. Coolant is very slippery stuff and it has the ability to seep out where other fluids don't. When I ride my bike regularly the seepage goes away. Ride the bike a bit and keep an eye on the coolant level. I've heard that seepage can occur more often if the glycol/water mix is greater than 50%.
My Kaw Barn - 2004 KLR, 2006 Concours (sold), 1997 Bayou 400.
"It's a friggen motorcycle, it's not supposed to be comfortable, quiet or safe. The wind noise is supposed to hurt your ears, the seat should be hard and riding it should make you shit your pants every now and then. "
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