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03-08-2012 08:30 AM
sutyak Turbo just needs rebuilt. I've been through this except mine pumped most of the oil out the turbine side and smoked like crazy.
03-07-2012 08:23 PM
Originally Posted by zx3ss View Post
needs a catch can
Im in the process of removing the stock PCV baffle that Im almost positive is plugged up/blocked, or a combination of the two that isnt letting the crankcase pressure out like it should. Ive got leaks coming from EVERYWHERE thats another reason I think its plugged up. Im talking oil pan, lower crank case gasket, valve cover gasket, front main seal. oil has even soaked the filter I put on the valve cover vent. All of these gaskets are brand new. I could see one maybe 2 gaskets not being right or defective out of the box, but ALL of them cant. The last time I saw something like that, was when my friend built his own motor and didnt have a PCV system, so I think I have the same problem.

Still doesnt explain the massive amount of oil in the charge piping ha
03-07-2012 07:21 PM
FLYLOW needs a catch can
03-07-2012 06:53 PM
ZXthrizzle05 im suprised it has ran well with an improper tune. my car before it bllits gasket ran spotty so to say for bout a year and kept blowing o2 sensors like crazy turns out the oil pressure sensor was cut at the wires and the knock sensor had been cut or pulled out as well. when i did my rebuild i looked at the back of the block andd like WTF IS THIS NO WONDER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
03-07-2012 05:51 PM
svtf1417 Im 98% sure I havnt had that pipe on since I put the turbo on the car. That was in last june/july. I put somewhere in the vicinity of 3500 miles on the car. It has idled and been driven around for tuning purposes on top of that. I dont know, seems a little excessive to me. I plan on pulling the turbo off the rest of the way tonight and see if the inlet is clean, if theres any oil in the downpipe, and if it has any shaft play.

BTW, Ive never had a full tune on the car thanks the SCT's failing xcal and winter
03-07-2012 12:14 PM
iroc34 How long was it since the last time you had the pipes off ? Here is my motto. If it isnt broke , dont fix it. If it`s not smoking, and building boost the way it`s supposed to I wouldnt worry to much. Keep an eye on it now that you know it is leaking. And see how much oil gets by in a couple days maybe even a week.
What`s strange to me is , how we get used to the way our cars run, and dont really notice the performance falling off, if its a little at a time. Then when you give it a tune up or repair a small problem and the car comes alive again. You go , crap ! it was running bad.
03-07-2012 12:32 AM
bringler26 Your floor looks as bad as the time I missed the drain pain
03-06-2012 09:42 PM
1turbofocus The seals are metal and in some cases ceramic

03-06-2012 08:20 PM
ZXthrizzle05 daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamn look at that oil
03-06-2012 08:05 PM
svtf1417 probably alot more then I was led to believe. Im guessing the seals are blown and Im pretty sure theyre just high temp rubber o-rings arent they?
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