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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are several possible causes; fuel mixture is too rich, air filter is clogged, or worn piston rings and/or valve guide seals. The latter, however, will most likely produce blue smoke - under acceleration means worn rings, blue smoke under deceleration means bad valve guide seals. Also make sure that the crankcase vent is not obstructed as this will tend to force oil up, past the rings and into the combustion process.
Generally, an examination of the spark plugs will give you a good clue as to what the offender is. Black, sooty spark plugs indicates too much fuel (clogged air filter or mixture too rich). Oily spark plugs means worn engine parts, as mentioned above.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
Any oil with SAE 10/40W for late model bikes (check Castrol, or Benray website). When changing oil recommended to change oil filter every other oil change.
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
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Should not be more than 300cc (between 275-350cc) depending how hard you want it. Use grade 10 or 15 from Castrol for normal bounce.
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Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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