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My Problem with my honda wave 100 is the smoke that comes out from the muffler because it is a four stroke, its not normal.

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Hindi normal un,kc ung langis m sa makina ay humahalo na sa gasolina,kaya dapat ng palitan ung piston ring mo,

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If white smoke burniing coolant if black its burning oil

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