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I have a 94 kawasaki vulcan 750 that ran out of gas. after i filled it, it started running rough and would die when idleing. i added sea foam to the gas because i thought it would clean whatever was in the carb but it is now running worse and has a lot of smoke coming from the exhuast

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Sometimes if you run out of fuel it can **** all the **** into the fuel filter causing slight fuel starvation making the engine run hotter as believe it or not fuel also has some cooling and lubing effects on your engine thus giving you sone smoke out of your exhaust as it's trying to burn off the carbon in your tailpipe.
Know it's a long shot but it may just be this.

Hope this helps

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