i adjusted my valves. it was a bloody finicky job to do, would be 923482 times easier if the engine weren't attached to the bike.. anyway, to get the cam cover off i had to loosen up a pipe where coolant enters the engine. i'm damn sure i got it in the way it was... anyway. i finished up, plugged everything together.. started the bike up suddenly coolant starts leaking out of the top of the cylinder head. so i yell "WTF!?" and get a few odd looks from the neighbours out their windows. i pull the tank off, and sure enough, where the coolant pipe attaches to a pipe which goes into the cylinder head, there's some coolant pooling and running down the side. i managed to shove it in deeper, and it stopped pissing coolant onto my driveway, but after i turned it off, it started pooling there again a little. i'm gonna pull the tank off and see just how well i can shove it in deeper and hopefully stop it leaking. if it still beads up a little, i was thinking of using some kind of sealant. i remember silicon isnt good for engines and doesn't like heat too well, so i was wondering, what else can i use? also... anyone else who's done anything like this, have i completely fcuked the bike up? nothing broke, but i'm scared. the coolant was a little low in the bike when i bought it (i thought it had overheating problems, but it was just a little low on coolant) what are my options? cheers.