Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: Houston, Texas, USA
Sounds like that maybe that is your problem, the excess oil has to flow back into the crankcase , just like any forced oil system.....If it doesn't you get blow by, which is what you have....
Nothing to do with this thread but, the first V-8 OHVengines Ford built, the Cam bearing where the oil went to the rocker arms was very bad about turning and shutting off all oil to the valves and rocker arms....But there was a way to get oil up there, you had to remove a plug on the side of the block, it was a main oilgalley and then you had to buy special bolts to put in the head...These bolts held down the valve covers also and to that new bolt you ran a copper line from that oil galley and hooked it into that special valve cover bolt.....You could aways tell if it had been done because when you opened the hood there on each valve cover were these copper lines......
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