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    crank hose question

    if you get a little smoke coming out from the crank hose that goes into the oil catch can is it really bad and why does this happen


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    Probably condensation. And if so that's normal.

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    mine puff's pretty good, don't know why but i also don't get much in the catch can at all. couple of teaspoons every oil change so i don't worry about it

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    yea im guessing my piston rings are not the greatest and im getting alot of blowby. i do get alot of oil in my catch can i have to empty it every 4 or 5 rides

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    Stevo, how many hours on the motor, and what is your setup? Have you checked compression recently? Ever get any OIL warnings? When you empty the catch can is it thick like oil, or more thin like water or gasoline?

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