I have a jet star 3 super that when it runs and is shut down it has a white smoke pour out of the hood, it doesn't smell like burning oil, belt or antifreeze, it doesn't heat up past 170 what could it be?
Re: Wierd smoke in reply to ColeHans, 07-07-2014 10:54:10
If it's white, I would bet it is coolant. Is it a pressurized system? It may be squirting out onto the manifold from a leaky gasket or hose. I was running my W-30 MD one day & I could feel a mist every once in a while. I finally got to looking & the head gasket had split at the cylinder ring. It was non-pressurized, so when it went into compression it would blow coolant out between the gasket layers to the outside.
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