Originally Posted by BillBoost37
Having too many threads for one thing can confuse us grease monkeys.
I think I remember the thread. Either way. Keeping in mind that we are mixing Celcuis and PSI (in my book we shoudl probably be talking Celcius and kpa'*...but I digress).
At 90-95 the 30-40psi readings are quite normal and good. The 20-25 is a little lower than I'd like, however that is at 95C which is the engine warming up and your oil getting thinner. With the car in gear and foot on the brakes, the rpm is at it'* lowest point we'll ever see it.
Ok, so what was the reason we sent you for a test? BTW.. you were also supposed to give us a 2000rpm number too.
Bill thanks for getting back to me
ok just for a quick back date on this, yesterday while i was out at a red light the oil pressure dropped to the red and the temp was around 90-95 as the light turned green and i drive off the oil press went almost up 275, while driving pressure is good just at a stop, on a hard take off the pressure shoots sky high
i will go back out and warm the car back up and do a 2000 rpm is there any thing else you will need.
sorry about the numbers im giving you but im in canada.
AGAIN THANKS SO MUCH.