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Old    Brandon (bwillx2)      Join Date: May 2007       06-18-2007, 12:50 PM Reply   
Have an 04 X2, Changed the oil a couple weeks ago and put about 8-10 hours on it and it is already 1 1/2 quarts low, I don't think this is normal, When i first start the motor a little bit of white or (blue) smoke comes up from under the swim deck, but not much should i be concerned? I don't think it should be burning that much oil
Old    C.I.E..... Evan (guido)      Join Date: Jul 2002       06-18-2007, 2:07 PM Reply   
doesn't sound normal. I'd top off the oil, then monitor how much it's buring every few hrs. My X2 would use a quart between oil changes (approx. 50-70 hrs).

Any more than that and I'd be pulling plugs to look for oil deposits. I'd also check to make sure you don't have any oil in the bilge from leaks.

BTW... Make sure you've got the right viscosity oil in your motor. It sounds, from your post, like this wasn't a problem before. I used to run 10-40 synthetic in mine.
Old    Big Ed (big_ed_x2)      Join Date: Jul 2004       06-18-2007, 10:36 PM Reply   
I'm about a quart every oil change but I change my oil every 25-30 hrs

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