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how many cause of oil out at rod oil level

Kitti

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now my engine have oil out at rod oil level then wot.
how many cause to be that?
i set boost around 22 psi.
i look forward to hear any advise. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/worthy.gif
 

Barnes

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Sometimes the dip stick (oil level rod) gets old and loose and will come open under WOT. Get a new dipstick, or a 2g DSM dipstick if this is the case. Or just wire it down somehow.

Also, your PCV valve could be bad causing high crank case pressure. I would check this.

Or last, but least likely in my opinion; you have bad piston rings and you are getting a LOT of blow-by.
 

Kitti

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tks for your advise. and i wish am shouldn't last case that mean a lot money /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/jawdrop.gif
the PCV if clean by solvent still back good? if not i will buy new both of dipstick and PCV.
and will try to check combustion again. tks friend. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/worthy.gif
 

Barnes

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Yes, you can clean the PVC with solvent if it is stuck. If it is clean, you should be able to shake the PCV and hear it rattle.
 

mitsuturbo

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A short piece of rubber hose clamped onto the dipstick tube, and extending up past the end of it a bit is a good way to hold the dipstick in as well. This much blowby should be cause for concern, however. You may want to look into setting up a better breather configuration, as the setup our cars came with wasn't meant to handle the kind of things we do with our cars.
 

AWDPower

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I believe the saying goes that a good engine can blow out a bad dipstick, and a bad engine can blow out a good dip stick.
 

Kitti

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past 10km ago i had check the combustion of my engine. the result is fine.(157-144-163-160)
if talk about breathe tube. the past have many oil out from breathe tube in front of turbo so i decide put a small fuel filler to into that tube. it better.
but now it out from rodstick.
the over setting boost(22psi) is reason, cause the oil it out then WOT? i use manual value to set my boost.
 

Street Surgeon

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You could either buy, or make something like this.
click

Or this (look closely at the dipstick)
click
 

Kitti

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/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/ooo.gif buy all these engine for this dipstick /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/rofl.gif
tks friend i will try to make it. i think it no to difficult.
 
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