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Is this a normal amount of blow by?

I am just asking, please dont start any crap...

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Re: Is this a normal amount of blow by?

You have many more mods than I do, so I can't account for that but it appears to be a lot more blow by than I have. I don't even get a slight haze out of my filler neck at idle. Easiest way to check for excessive blow by(pressure) is to unscrew the filler neck cap and set it on the opening. If there is enough pressure to pop the cap off, it's excessive. That's just a general rule of thumb though and not a "proper" diagnosis. Hope that helps some.

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Re: Is this a normal amount of blow by?

Take into account this motor has 25k on it...

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I am just asking, please dont start any crap...
So I shouldn't say anything about the blue wire loom then? Or the "crack rock" filming technique?

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Re: Is this a normal amount of blow by?

Its the only color Fred Meyer had... I'll change it to black...

Cant help on the filming, I was trying to get a shot of the CCV out the tube as well but you couldnt see it... I have a CCV vent on both the drivers and passangers side right now...

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Re: Is this a normal amount of blow by?

I didn't see anything that was just hanus. Before I rebuilt the engine it would roll the smoke all the way up past the hood sitting at a red light.

Still ran smooth.
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Re: Is this a normal amount of blow by?

Try what Ramblin says, except set the cap upside down on the fill tube. Only 25K on it. Rings may not be seated yet.




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I didn't see anything that was just hanus. Before I rebuilt the engine it would roll the smoke all the way up past the hood sitting at a red light.

Still ran smooth.

Ok... But did your motor have 25,000 miles on it, thats where I am concerned, from day one it has had what I would say excessive CCV?

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Re: Is this a normal amount of blow by?

HAHA, you need a boost gauge for your valve covers...
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Re: Is this a normal amount of blow by?

Try what Ramblin said. Mine did smoke like that but I had 120,000 on the clock.

Maybe it's just the video but Is that oil milky looking on that cap????


You don't have a gauge to measure blow by yet


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