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My 2008 Suzuki rm z 250 4 stroke locked up the other day and u couldn't kick it or nothing it finally knocked loose started up and everything and now its smoking bad from the pipe and motor where the header on the exhaust connects any solutions to why it would be doing this

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Alot of four strokes will lock up like this they get vapor locked the best thing to do is let it set do not try and start it until it free's up it could bend the valves but i dont kno about the smoking unless you tried to start it while locked up

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