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  1. He seems to have found the problem. He removed the front of the motor, timing belt and then the whole rocker assembly on the head. The oil should flow from the head through the assembly. He then took a .035 mig wire and ran it through the oil passage in the head. Could feel something and poked through it. Couldn't see what it was. Put it back together and ran it with the valve cover off and is now getting plenty of oil and no noise. Hopefully it isn't something that will reappear but even if it does, at least he has a clue. Thanks again for the help.
    3 points
  2. Not of it getting 19 mpg I can put a couple up tomorrow of it getting 0 miles per 0 gallons.
    3 points
  3. How is this not already a product? In fact, it should be the default design for a funnel. Print them any size you want, too! https://thangs.com/designer/Chrismaster/3d-model/Set Down Oil Funnel-580822?manualModelView=true
    3 points
  4. I did! ...and I had VFR bars on a couple of my Blackbirds.
    2 points
  5. The tapping sound was coming from bearing going off on black helicopter hoovering over your head.
    2 points
  6. cheap harbor freight plastic welder comes with stainless steel screen. melt that into the back side of that crack. here's a clip that illustrates but, you don't really need the extra plastic, just use the welder to push the screen into the plastic surrounding the crack.
    2 points
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  9. Like I said, he used SeaFoam in a fresh oil change. I doubt there is gunk but could be some kind of other debris. I have never seen a nut in connection with a piston unless you are talking about the connecting rod cap.
    1 point
  10. Darth Vader's bike?
    1 point
  11. My friend does e-waste and can line you up with something for damn near nothing, recycle value + shipping.
    1 point
  12. End of years savings. https://www.dell.com/en-us
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  13. I moved engine to laundry room. Too cold in garage. Kent cams have this nice future allowing to use 24 mm wrench to hold or move cams when adjusting timing. Makes the process so much quicker.
    1 point
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  15. If you pulled that stunt in engineering school, you would end up with a degree in business admin.
    1 point
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