Thread: Carb Rebuild = More Smoke?
03-31-2007, 04:15 PM #1
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Carb Rebuild = More Smoke?
I just rebuilt carbs on my 99 xlt 1200 and rejeted to get rid of acell. pump and engine seems to smoke alot more than it used to. Thought maybe it was just burning off oil i put in cylinders to winterize. I ran ski on hose for 5 minutes or so and still smokes the same. Any ideas? Running 32 to one premix. How long should it take to burn oil that seeped past rings into crankcase from winterizing? I put a couple plastic bottle caps full in each cylinder. Other than alot of smoke engine seems to be running good.
04-01-2007, 08:23 AM #2
depending on the jetting you used you are probably richer - so you will smoke more - don't wory about it - your engine will last longer because of it
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