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oil leak after layed bike on laft side HELP

Went down on a corner , sand in road. Only damage to 06zx10r was cracked stator cover .got a new one on order , put jb weld on for now but still getting oil leak from somewhere , I'm mechanically inclined , bit I'm lost. , not coming from any over flow tubes , need ideas or past experieances , could it be the gasket , or hidden crack around bolt hole , I know u can't tell withou looking just wondering if anyone else had the same prob . Seems to be oil dripping under stator cover area , also my throttle stuck on me a couple times , bike went down on opposite side any suggestions. , thanks for the help.
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maybe lower crankcase or belly pan? Some pics would help...
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It may not be leaking when the bike is setting still BUT once it's running there's a chance it's pushing oil out of the stator cover but as tasos mentioned, pics might help track down the culpret.

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Jb weld is also not the be all end all to stop leaks. Especially if there is any residue at all from where you applied it.

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