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    Default Bad sealing of Head of CG 125

    Sealing is torn no matter I tried, chinese brand sealing or genuine.

    Is it the mistake of mechanic boys?

    What do you guys recommend?

    Put some thread with the seal or what else? Name:  ImageUploadedByPW Forums1447661420.558155.jpg
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    in the pictures you have shared its a big too much leakage but i 100% agree
    this is very common issue in cg 125 engine small oil seepage which is very
    annoying specially i personally don't like these oils stains alongside this issue
    there is very common issue of oil leakage from tachometer cable which is
    installed in clutch cover I CALL CG125 ENGINE DIRTY ENGINE it does not remain clean

    Tappet cover leakage may be because of negligence of mechanics as they might not be
    properly installing tappet cover may be some kinda sealant is recommended to use before
    installing cover though honda mechanics says no need of any sealant

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    Its a pretty common issue in OHV (Over Head Valve) engines, I guess...
    As a safety precaution, take out the spark plug and inspect its tip that goes in the cylinder head... If the tip is all oily, gunky, black and smells like motor oil then there's probably a head gasket leakage... In this case, your only option is to replace the seals which is a little on the 'costly' side.
    Since its a Honda Motorcycle, take it to a well reputed Honda Service Center (pretty common in big cities) and get it fixed there. They may charge more than a private mechanic, but atleast you will be sure that the work done on your bike is honestly performed by trained professionals... Good luck.
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    Mr. Nine

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