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2019 Gator condensation in oil

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fishy1
Join Date: Jul 2015
Posts: 11 northern california
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2021-12-19          200825


I have a huge problem with (condensation/white sludge on dipstick) in a 2019 gator with air cooled kalwa motor. Is there an oil or other product that will help with this problem? I have tried making sure the motor warms up etc. to no avail. There used to be a person on this forum called gator raider is he still around?

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gatoraider
Join Date: Nov 2008
Posts: 544 Maryland
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2021-12-20          200827


I am still here. Do not know much about the newer gators but the old 6x4s used to do that. I do not know of an oil that helps but I do know the hotter the motor is the less the condensation. I had a guy with an HPX that had to almost cover the front of his radiator to clear his up. I do not know if the new air cooled gators have a temp gauge if they do not would be risky to try to limit the cooling. So heat in the motor will limit condensation. The harder you run the motor the less condensation you will have. ....

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