I'm new here but gathered some useful info on other matters with my truck . I'm in need of some major assistance if anybody has an idea . I recently bought this truck and love it but it started blowing oil from the top half of the timing cover , but only going down the highway , also developed a lot of blow by . I can't seem to find the cause ,suggestions ?? No power lose .
cracked rings? i'm in the same boat. no noticeable loss of power here either
F-350 4x4 1990
-'94 overhauled 5.9 Cummins P7100 Injection Pump w/ 4kgsk, 60lb valve springs, Hamilton performance cam, HX40 turbo, ARP head studs, New marine pistons and injectors, FASS system lift pump
-Homemade oem & engine harness with Dual electric fans
-'92 interior; '86 front clip; '04 Hydroboosted front and rear disc brake system; Slew of autometer gauges; dual 4.25" Stacks
-Rebuilt and upgraded my E4OD - billet input shaft and T.C. Remote mount Derale dual layer trans cooler; Baumann Trans Controller and Harness
-3" Body Lift, Cut-Out Bushwacker Fender Flares with 16x10 Eagle Alloy 186 on 33's
The test for excessive blow by involves the use of a Manometer. It is done with the RPM's near governed limit. It has been explained in the IDI forum somewhere. Search the IDI forum for "blow-by" or "Manometer". Another key word that should work is "CRANKCASE PRESSURE"
1994 F-350 7.3 IDI Turbo, crew cab, E4OD,4:10 L/S, LB, Dually Photos
ATS Turbo upgrades: 3" DP with 3" exhaust Magnaflow XL muffler: Pictures Here
2012 Copper Canyon 273 FWRET w/2 slides, Air Lift 5000 bags
Pillar pod: Autometer C2 Series gauges: pyro,trans, boost, water, oil pressure
Hypermax Cowl induction, K&N air filter, flex-a-lite 26K trans cooler with fan,Tekonsha prodigy
Train Horns: Pictures here