During the winter I replaced the starter clutch on my 4th gen. I installed a new clutch cover gasket, applied a tiny bit of Honda bond, and got everything attached. As I was tightening the clutch cover bolts I felt one of the lower bolts (under the dipstick) suddenly lose tension. (Even though my torque wrench was set to 9 ft/lbs.) I left the bolt in there, tightened the rest and the bike has been running fine. Today I noticed the area around the clutch cover was wet and oily...and not just the part near the loose bolt, but almost all around. The lowest point of the clutch cover seems to have the worst of it as I could see a tiny drop of oil pooling and could see signs of a drip on the lower fairings. I pulled out the loose bolt and it has aluminum on the threads. I'm assuming the threads in the crankcase are striped...yet this isn't where the leak is the worst...it's actually quite dry there. Where do I begin? Pull off the clutch cover again? How do I fix the stripped bolt hole? Why is the clutch cover sweating oil all over? Any help would be appreciated.