Errrr, remove it.......
Originally Posted by raoulserban
The pipe is held in place with an 8mm headed stud, remove this & the pipe slides upwards out of the head (it's sealed with a rubber ring)
As said - if it's only a bit damp don't worry about it. If or when you come to do the job tie it in with plugs, choke cable lube, carb strip & check, valves & coolant change.
The cover gaskets do go hard & brittle with heat which is why it's always the rear of the rear cylinder that leaks, so will slowly get worse over time.
As a thought, is your breather pipe from engine to airbox clear & not kinked?
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