I know there have been numerous threads regarding fuel tank leaks but here's a new one. My '14 sport began to leak fuel about a month ago. It was dripping from the bottom of the tank next to the pump while on the side stand. The tank was wet near the pump so I assumed I needed a new "O" ring. Installed the replacement ring (50 buck) but still had a leak. Removed and tried a different sealant but the tank continued to leak. As I began to think through the issue I remembered the paint was starting to peal on the tank bottom where the overflow drain passes through the tank. I also remembered that the tank did not leak until I completely filled the tank. Added about two gallons after the seal replacement and no leak. Filled the tank and its back to leaking. I removed the tank and found that the tank is leaking fuel from the overflow exit hole on the underside of the tank. I sent a camera inside the tank and it appears that the tank is built with a long brass coupler nut as the channel from the top of the tank to the bottom exit holes for the vent and overflow tubes. I can see the brass coupler nut through the plastic and there appears to be a crack in the plastic around the nut at the bottom of the tank. I posted pictures of the decals on the same tank bubbling several months ago. Glad I didn't waste any money repainting a tank destined to leak. I've purchased my first motorcycle in 1973 and have never stopped riding. I can recall owning 18 bikes so far and never have I had to replace a fuel tank. Seriously, this bike has never even been rained on much less left out in the elements. Climate controlled storage for the most part. Anyone else heard of this issue. I may try a plastic gas tank repair kit but I would hate to repaint it and have it start leaking again. Also not interested in blowing myself up when the gas hits the exhaust.