Question about 2000 kawasaki VN 1500 Vulcan Classic Tourer Fi
But not out of the exh could this mean something is pluged up
The steam will be consdensation evapourating off. There is alot of water prodiuced in the comdustion process, and some of this ends up in the crankcase. It is normal to see some particularly if i is cold. If it concerns you, take the bike for a decent run, getting it to full operating temp say 100km,and all of the condensation will be boiled off the oil. If it worries you, change the oil. This will also resolve the issue.
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Posted on Feb 07, 2009
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