The blown speaker magnet I put through the oil picked up nothing. I'm going to drain the oil through a coffee filter and see if that does anything to the speaker. Long shot, but perhaps. Also, the coffee filter may show something.
So, I have good news and bad news. The good news is that I let the oil drip out over some long length of time, and then I cleaned the mating surfaces, put in the drain plug and new Purolator filter, and the new Mobil 1 oil went in. The bad news is that I have more pictures. Here we go:
Here, you can see more of the milky color the flash on the camera makes the oil have:
This is pretty much what it looks like:
While warming up my engine in 7 degrees C weather, here'* the exhaust that came out:
That may be a bit concerning because of just how white it is. The camera captured about half the colors.
Slightly warmed up:
Warmed up pretty much all the way:
Some throttle on the warmed up engine this time gave me more than 40 psi on the oil pressure gauge, which is very unusual. I may have gained pressure with the oil change after 1000 miles on the last Mobil 1 and AC Delco. Is that normal?