Conditions: 57°F w/65% humidity
2004 CBR600RR with 21,xxx miles
Bike runs great, pulls hard, just did an oil change and just bought this bike
I plan to do alot of maintenance soon (plugs, coolant, brake fluid, etc)
I was trying to talk in the video but my exhaust was drowning most of it out
The gist of it is: This small amount of white smoke comes out only on a cold start up...no problems ever starting it...and the smoke doesn't come out right away...it takes about 45-60seconds of running. After the bikes initial temp comes out at 98-103ish degrees, the bike no longer smokes.
It does not appear blueish, and the smoke is very faint
The smoke looks almost as if it is just heat condensation evaporating in the cold air, BUT IT IS NOT. Still does the same thing on cold start at 80°F.
I was thinking maybe valve seals? Idunno, I hope somebody with more knowledge than I could give me a good starting point. I wasn't going to check valve clearance yet, but now since I've noticed this smoke I probably will with all of the maintenance I have planned. I do not know how long it's been smoking; I've owned it for 2 weeks, and it is daily ridden ~60mi.