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Mobile ? what ? fuel / oil ?

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2011 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Nomad excessive oil consumption


Hi, Mike oil consumption is usually caused by a worn out engine with lots of mileage, new engines can also have excessive oil consumption due to improper break in procedures or faulty parts. The general rule of thumb is anything more than 1 quart of oil consumed in 1,000 miles or 1 liter in 1,500 kilometers means it's time for a top end overhaul. The usual suspects are:
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The compression of an engine is low


Few things to check.It may be due to:
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My generator is burning alot of oil, very two hours? What could this be?


Worn compression rings on the pistons, worn valve guides and valve stem seals all contribute to excessive oil consumption.

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What could be causing my generator to use more gas than normal


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Exhaust smoke from an air-cooled engine will either be oil or excess fuel. On an Innova it will be oil as the engine will not run with a fuel mixture rich enough to show unburned fuel in the exhaust
Oil smoke is generally caused by worn piston rings or worn exhaust valve guides.
Worn piston rings will show smoke all the time the engine is running. Worn valve guides will generate a puff of smoke after the throttle is re-opened after it has been held open for a while and then shut off.

The only cure is to replace the worn components and that may include a new piston/cylinder assembly as on these bikes, a re-bore is more expensive than replacement.

In both cases the engine wear is because the engine oil used failed to deal with the heat of the piston rings and/or valve guides, The usual reason is that the engine was used hard, the oil wasn't of good enough quality to deal with the heat, and broke down around the engine's hottest parts.

If you are going to abuse any small engine, use a (non car brand specific) fully synthetic oil like Amsoil 0w-40, Mobil 1 0w-40 or similar.

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Oil consumption


Difficult one this ,does it blow out blue smoke ? whats the mileage ? ,need more info to try to work it out as this can be tricky and could be ok ,now with natural oil it could be gummed up piston rings and just using a nice diesel/petrol oil designed for turbo diesel engines might help clean the ring grooves due to its detergent qualities but if this is a high mileage engine then it may be due for a rebuild ,most oil consumption is caused by worn rings/bores or valve guide seals .

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Sounds like rings are worn is it difficult to start,remove plug and do a comp test, possably ok on test because oil ring wear out quicker the reason i ask u to do is if compression down also it mite need a new piston if not u might get away with re ringing the piston

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Nissan cefiro s.touring vq20de consuming a lot of oil and white smoke coming from the exhaust


having a blue smoke no white with a lot oil consumption,means that you have a problem with either valve stem seals got hard and can not hold oil getting in the combustion chamber through the valves.Or your engine bores are worn due to long mileage if you have and the piston rings are not strong enough to hold oil below piston rings in the oil pan. or your piston rings or piston channels broken and oil goes into combustion chamber and burnt through the exhaust system. What you have too do? visit a qualified workshop for a correct inspection and decision taken.Good luck.

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check air fuel mixture screw on the carb possibly air fuel ratio is not proper adjust it or check if your spark plug is oil wet after a brief run (otherwise should be brownish ) that means oil is leaking in the piston head due to worn out piston rings have to replace them

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Hi, Shahar_shein oil consumption is usually caused by a worn out engine with lots of mileage, new engines can also have excessive oil consumption due to improper break in procedures or faulty parts.The general rule of thumb is anything more than 1 quart of oil consumed in 1,000 miles or 1 liter in 1,500 kilometers means it's time for a top end overhaul. The usual suspects are:
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3. Damaged cylinder wall or piston.
4. Valves and guides worn past service limits.
5. Valve seals worn out, crushed or no longer attached.
6. Cracked cylinder head.
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