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I have oil coming out of my tailpipe and where the exhaust connects into the head.

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Your probably runnin to rich i would run 36:1 to 40:1

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The engine was smoking very badly? Was any smoke coming out of the tailpipe? If not, either the exhaust manifold is broken or off the vehicle, or the exhaust pipe is broken, has a hole in it, or it is completely missing! Is it really loud?

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