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Oil from exaust

Bought bike as cat d usual things fairin damage indicators easy fixe stuff runs and rides great but noticed bit ov oil from exaust

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It's a 2 stroke engine and was a real racing bike when it came out. A little smoke is normal for 2 stroke engines...have fun with that classic!

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it really sounds like you have water in the oil or some other contaminant (bike wasn't run on Castor oil?) You probably want to drain oil into a clean container and flush system before you do serious damage. Bike is geting hot enough to boil off water?

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