Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: Canada, Sk, Yorkton
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All so cdr does not "use" oil, it will be any thing other then that, the cdr only really comes into play with a very very plugged up air filter under high revs, it is in part to help prevent a run away, and to prevent the crank being subjected to excess vacuum.
I'd do a compression leakage test to see how the rings are fairing (Will all so help trace any more bad valves)
New truck: 1988 F-350 1 ton dualy 2*4, 7.3L IDI Naturally Aspirated, Dual tanks with Camper package.
Mods: Enhanced gauge cluster; Transmission temp, rear diff temp, coolant system pressure, Vacuum pressure, Fuel pressure, Crappy tire Air horn Kit, Raycor pre filter/water sep. All LED Dash lighting, Parker LFS tranny filter, super duty tranny cooler, gerret turbo, waste gated (pending).