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My 2004 gsxr 1000 smokes (oil) when started but if i keep the bike strait up it does not, it happens cold or hot? im thinking valve seal what do you think.

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That is what it sounds like to me.

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Symptoms of worn rings badly worn rings time for a rebuild sorry.

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