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Old 04-30-2007, 07:45 PM   #1
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As promised vids from the bearing chunks in the oil pan. John...this better than your sparkles?

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HOLY CHIT.. that is the funniest video i have watching in a long time
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That'* awesome. I just lined up a hoist, so I don't think mine will be that bad when I get it off.
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Hey, that second video was CLEAN. :P

It was amazing how much metal was in the pan. The halo around the magnet showed just how much FINE powder was in the oil.
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In an effort to not replicate this on my 3rd motor - Bill - how soon after the first start to change my oil?

And then after that

And then after that

And do I change the filter each time

And what quality oil/filter do I use on each change?

I saw you said you basically started it and then changed the oil. I want to do what you do.
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Well...oil changes were different with me because I installed a cam and pulled apart some fo the engine.

Play it safe and change it by 100 or 200 miles.

Meanwhile.. I got sparkles in my oil.
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Well...oil changes were different with me because I installed a cam and pulled apart some fo the engine.

Play it safe and change it by 100 or 200 miles.

Meanwhile.. I got sparkles in my oil.
Dude that'* just not fair. I feel for ya.... looks like you're gong on to #4, eh?
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Noooo I meant in the vids. My current oil is great with super pressure.
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OH!

Thats great man........!!!

Congrats!
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