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Hi,

I'm trying figure out one small leak. I'm not even sure what kind of liquid it's.
My guess was on original ducati clutch slave cylinder, changed, but it's still there.

It's not leaking massively it's showing only two days after ride or so.
Any hint where to look?

Keso
 

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Had the same problem for a year and blamed the orings on clutch pushrod. Alternator cover leaking, underneath sprocket cover above the sprocket. Oil was running down the cover past slave cylinder. And also could of been leaking around the pushrod portion of cover as bradblack stated also. Clean this area under sprocket cover and just idle the bike for 5 minutes to see the leak.
I was able to rebond my alt cover without removing waterpump.
Can double check your torque on the alt bolts too. 9NM or 7 ft lb might get lucky.
 

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Thanks,

I'll check these suggestions and let you know. It's will probably take time, as my mechanics has no time now
 
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