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This is a discussion on White smoke after AP stage 1 within the Tuning: Electronic Engine Management forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; 12 WRX 8k miles AP stage 1 (93 octane map) for a week and nameless axelback. log: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B6K-...hmMU1zaDg/edit white smoke: ...

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    White smoke after AP stage 1

    12 WRX 8k miles
    AP stage 1 (93 octane map) for a week and nameless axelback.

    log:

    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B6K-...hmMU1zaDg/edit


    white smoke:

    wrx white smoke after AP stage 1 - YouTube

    Car runs beautifully. Doesn't smell like coolant or oil, just exhaust. Any advice why the smoke is happening?
    Last edited by george45; 07-06-2013 at 06:43 AM.

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    Saturday Bump

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    Does it do it only on startup or always

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    What other mods u have pare?

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    Quote Originally Posted by v6mx6ls36 View Post
    Does it do it only on startup or always
    It only does it at a cold startup. If I run to the store, when I come back out and start the car it doesn't do it. But usually over an hour sitting it will. Only other "mod" is a nameless axelback muffler deletes

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    Mine did that for about a month before the motor went. Sign of weak ring landings. Heard a lot of people blame this on AP.

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    White smoke is indicative of coolant combustion. Coolant combustion would have nothing to do with Ringlands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    White smoke is indicative of coolant combustion. Coolant combustion would have nothing to do with Ringlands.
    When you burn a large amount of oil it burns white.

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    When you burn a large amount of oil it burns white.
    With a blue tint.
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