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GP blowing blue smoke once in awhile

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05-20-2020 15:53:34

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I picked up a 1930 GP a few months ago. I have not had a chance to run it much but got mag and carb rebuilt. It is running better each time I run it but it puts our a puff of blue smoke every 10 or fifteen seconds. Not a steady stream but just occasionally. Acts like it want to run on one cylinder once in awhile two. Any trouble shooting ideas would be appreciated.

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05-20-2020 19:20:46

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 Re: GP blowing blue smoke once in awhile in reply to bobgrimes, 05-20-2020 15:53:34  
What do the plugs look like? I would clean them or replace and see if it runs better. My GP would do that occasionally and I could clean plugs and it would run perfect.it prolly needs running more than anything. Could have too much oil in the valve compartment on top of the engine. That hold 1 quart when changing it. Larry

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05-21-2020 03:42:31

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 Re: GP blowing blue smoke once in awhile in reply to golfcartman, 05-20-2020 19:20:46  
Thanks, will check those things out.

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