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Oil dripping out of exhaust port

I need help here, my #2 exhaust port is dripping oil out of it, and I''m not running on more than cylinders 1 and 4 here. whats going on with this thing? I should add that when its running I hear a noise I cannot describe from the exhaust side cam area on the #2 cylinder, that sounds somewhat like a collapsed hydraulic lifter on a car. few of my pilots are damaged badly.

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Need to replace the carb rack or get them completely rebuilt. If cleaning doesnt help, and a few of your pilots are actually damaged to a point where removal is impossible without some manner of special tool you need.

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