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My 583 rotax engine smokes excessively..has 2 carbs

Tipped snow machine on it's side going slow in soft snow, it ran for a minute before stopping. upon getting it upright and restarting it...it now smokes alot...changed gas,oil..checked all lines befor refill drove fast , slow....still doing it.....oil lit now comes on when i start it even though i am getting excessive oil smoke....rechecked gas, it's not mixed.

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check plugs se if any are fouled out thats the first step

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SOURCE: kawasaki bayou 4x4 using engine oil alot of smoke from exhaust

if it is using oil, then u got stuck rings, which keep running the bike and keep a eye on the oil, or you need the top end rebuilt.

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SOURCE: excess white smoke coming from exhaust of TB 75SS string trimmer

This model is a four cycle engine meaning that it does not a mix of gas and 2 cycle oil. You just fill it like your lawn mower, gas and fill the crank case with oil

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SOURCE: 86 kawasaki kx250 rich mix problem

"Learn to like smoke for awhile. Smell the aroma". Pardon the humor. I couldn't resist. Chances are there is oil built up in the crankcase. It is going to take some time for the oil to dissipate. How long? I don't know. It all depends on how much is in there. Cleaning the muffler is no help since the oil burning is coming from the crank not the muffler. If you are careful, and keep a vigilant eye, you could cut the gas/oil mix in half to 64 to 1 instead of the normal 32 to 1. That would mean only 2 ounces of oil per gallon instead of the normal 4 ounces. Let the crank add the rest. This will help burn the crank oil excess, but BE CAREFUL. When the crank drys up you had best not ride until more oil is added to the gas.

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Sounds like your running a bit rich. Try leaning down your air/fuel ratio.

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Hi Faye,

I found this,





Rotax spark plug advisory for ultralight, experimental lightsport, amateur built aircraft.




Rotax 2 stroke aircraft engine spark plugsThe recommended spark plugs for the Rotax 277, Rotax 377, Rotax 447, Rotax 503, Rotax 532, Rotax 582 are the NGK B8ES series or the NGK BR8ES ( the R in the spark plug denotes it is a resistor plug and should be used in all of the CDI ignition engines.



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