View single post by Jensenman
 Posted: 02-05-2009 06:28 pm
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Location: Columbia, South Carolina USA
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Fuel smoke is black. Since you describe white smoke carbs are not likely to be the source. 

Oil smoke is bluish white, water is white (steam) but it dissipates quickly, brake fluid is whitish gray has a funny odor and hangs in the air. Brake fluid can get into the intake manifold through a bad master cylinder rear seal, the engine's vacuum sucks it out of the m/c into the booster then to the intake manifold.

I second making real sure the 'Bergs are properly sealed and running the engine for a while. If there is moisture in the exhaust it will turn to steam but quit after a while.