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My blaster 200 is blowing alot of white smoke

My blaster 200 is blowing smoke and not moving fast it goes about 30mph in 6th gear....it has no power i can slam on the gas and it will turn off not the jets it was working fine and then put some gas in it 32:1 mixture and now it blows smoke crazy... so much smoke that if i go down the block i cant see what's behind me.....dripping oil out of exhaust

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I agree, Too much oil in the mix. I run at 40:1 at the moment but have also used 50:1 in the past with no problems.
Drain the fuel tank and re-fill with fresh 40:1 mix.
Tip the bike over on its side to run out the carb.

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TOO MUCH OIL IN FUEl, it will obviously run but is hell on your exhaust,spark plug, Ports, combustion chamber and wallet. Good Luck

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Check if you have compression if you dont feel that it is the same as when you bought it then it might be time for a new top end...or at least replace the rings.

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