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If it is really unburned oil and not soot mixed with condensation, then it could be the exhaust valve guide oil seals (and probably intake as well) leaking. Inspect the spark plugs to see if they have an oily appearance, which will be from the intake seals, but a good guide.

Small Hyundai motors were susceptible to this fault.

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