Big Bear Problem
Ok guys, I recently bought a 93 Big Bear. It is 4x4 350 with a 400 big bore kit installed less than a year ago, ridden 5 times in last year, K&N, and Big gun exhaust. It also has front brushguard, and new 26 or 27 inch Outlaws on it, I can't remember. I am clueless when it comes to 4 wheelers so please help me out.
#1 I test rode this thing for 30 minutes before I bought it, great power, everything was great. I drove it the following weekend for maybe 2 hours total. Not abusing it at all maybe 3/4 throttle 2 times whole timeNothing wrong. The following weekend I check the oil, pull out the choke and crank it up. Smoke billows out the exhaust I think well the choke is making the air/fuel ratio making it run rich. Push choke back in, smoke doesn't go away. I think maybe it is oil on top of cylinders burning off, it will go away. Well wouldn't ya know it doesn't go away at all. I am talking about it is fogging this place out and embarrasing to ride. I was pissed so I rode it again that day checking deer plots not riding it hard at all for 2 hours or so. I check oil when I get off and same level as it was that morning. Smoke color is a bluish white seems like. I don't see how it can be oil burning if the oil level never changed, even after riding it that long.
#2 When I get on the gas , a small amount it almost feels like it slipps a little bit but when given a blip of the throttle, you can feel it catch. Not sure if that makes sense, but please let me know.