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Old 10-02-2006, 17:36   #16
Kai Nui

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Tony, a real simple test to start with is to put your hand into the smoke (not too close to the exhaust), and smell it. That will tell you if it is water, fuel or oil. Second, is there a sheen on the water. Those to tests should narrow it down a little bit.

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