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Filled it with fluids and brought it up to temp. Letting it sit now to see if any leaks. Can't drive it till the 15th anyway due to no insurance.

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Here's the oil pump with the oil pan removed.


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Nice and clean inside. So all is well and running nicely?
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Nice and clean inside. So all is well and running nicely?
Yes all buttoned up and leak free. Runs like a new one! Good for another 100k miles.

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Did you notice any better performance now that the cam timing is back to square one.
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Did you notice any better performance now that the cam timing is back to square one.
Not really. I'll keep an eye on the gas mileage. But it was doing really good before.Just filled up for the first time this year as I don't drive it in the winter.


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I can't believe how clean your engine is inside. Keep up the good service.
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Thanks, good oil (Mobil 1) and filters (Fram Ultra) with 5k mile OCI. The oil always truns dark almost immediately when I do an oil change. I assume it's because there's a 1/2 quart or so left in the block. But just goes to show you can't judge oil by color. Usually change due to fuel dilution. But 5k mile is the normal service interval for the oil.

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Well a good oil will keep the tiny carbon particles in suspension instead of allowing them to settle out onto internal parts.
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