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My Trooperf has been sitting for a while and the other day when I started it, it smoked a lot, then today when I drove it around for a while, it quit smoking completely.

Any body else noticed this? Any ideas?

Kinarfi

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My Trooperf has been sitting for a while and the other day when I started it, it smoked a lot, then today when I drove it around for a while, it quit smoking completely.

Any body else noticed this? Any ideas?

Kinarfi

Trooper smoking! I knew you just installed the muffler I brought up to you. That got me thinking, Oh darn, I knew I would forget to take out that bag of weed I smuggled in, inside your muffler. Did you say that Linda said that was her funnest ride yet. Hummm, you have any thoughts as to why that was.

Lenny

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Yes they do have valve guide seals, you can tell when they are out by going down hill with your foot off the throttle, or when you have alot of vacum, when you step back on the throotle it will smoke untill it cleans out. Maybe you are lucky and your crank case valve (pvc valve) stuck and was letting the intake pull oil out of the crank case.

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Took it out for a ride and when I got back and ever since, no smoke, must of been that stuff Lenny left inside, must have been two bags in there and I missed one of them. :lol::P:blink: Or maybe it was all that sitting and only occasional runnings for short times. Naaaa it was Lenny!!!!!!

Maybe the Harley it came off of left it full of oil. Who knows?

Kinarfi

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