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Nov 30, 2017
North UK

it may be a shot in the dark, what if you remove the exhaust pipes and replace the exhaust gaskets inside the cylinder head and tighten exhaust bolts to 15 ft lbs max , then see if the smoke stops coming out of the cylinder head.

Then we check again that the smoke is likely a drip from the coolant bottle somewhere, cause we can’t have smoke straight out of the exhaust hole , the exhaust valves would be directly behind that.Β  Then i’d hate to assume we have head gasket failure in the piston chamber where coolant has leaked through internally.

Please also look inside your radiator for anything that looks like “brown milk” etc or strange debrisΒ  floating.

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