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Why my suzuki 2005 c90t has smoke coming from exhaust

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SOURCE: white smoke

Are you sure the smoke is white? White smoke is usually caused by antifreeze burning.(This could be a head gasket)

If the smoke is actually light gray it is oil burning.(This would be rings or valve seals)

If it smokes mostly on startup and then stops when it warms up (It could be a worn valve guide or deteriorated valve guide seal (or possibly several) allowing a tiny amount of oil into one or more cylinders).

If it smokes mostly when you are cornering (It could be too much oil in the crankcase).

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Posted on May 19, 2009

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SOURCE: Smoke alot

You jetting is off on your carb. Raise the clip on the needle in the carb, if it still does it.....the it will need smaller jets.....see a motorcycle shop.Your bike is a two stroke and will smoke with oil coming out the exhaust if card is too rich. What raio do you mix your gas/oil at? Disregard the first post....he must think its a four stroke engine.

Posted on Apr 01, 2010

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SOURCE: 05 Suzuki C90T turn signal replacement

The turn signal indicators are attatched by a M6 screw underneath, they do not screw in like most bikes.

Both the rear and front indicators are mounted on a nice chrome fitting that can easily be removed. The rear one is bolted through the fender, access the bolts from inside the guard. The front ones are mounted with screws underneath the chrome mounting. Once you remove the mounting the wiring can be easily unplugged and indicators replaced.

Posted on Jun 12, 2010

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SOURCE: can't find dip stick to check oil on suzuki motorcycle c90t

There is no dipstick on suzuki . Stand beside your bike and look on the bottom right side of your crankcase . look for a little site glass window . That is how you
check . if the oil is half way up the glass when you stand bike straight up . . change every 3000, plus filter

Posted on Oct 19, 2010

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