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Could PCV blow by (Stock PCV) with F1A-94 @18psi blow out that much oil?

 
Old 03-10-2019, 04:26 PM
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Great man good to see that you are back up and running good. To me David is the best on his catch cans plus he is just a great guy willing to help. I have his can set up & wouldn't run anything else on the car..Robert
I found my culprit I had a tip break off one of my Brisk Silver RR14S spark plugs and one MSD wire impedance off. I replaced both and car is running strong as hell. Thanks to Chris Crawford again for helping me with holley logs to identify the cylinder as my HP Tuner logs showed #8, but that was only my wire issue, not my spark plug. My spark plug went on #7.

I have a message to Brisk about the issue will report back what they say. Don't like the idea of that tip bouncing around my cylinder I hope it just went out the exhaust and not down my ring langs...


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I found my culprit I had a tip break off one of my Brisk Silver RR14S spark plugs and one MSD wire impedance off. I replaced both and car is running strong as hell. Thanks to Chris Crawford again for helping me with holley logs to identify the cylinder as my HP Tuner logs showed #8, but that was only my wire issue, not my spark plug. My spark plug went on #7.

I have a message to Brisk about the issue will report back what they say. Don't like the idea of that tip bouncing around my cylinder I hope it just went out the exhaust and not down my ring langs...

I agree on the tip of that plug you may want to get a camera & pull that plug & look down into the hole really good & see what you have. Robert
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Thanks Robert going to get a compression gauge my old one is shot. Will pull compression first if ok I may stop there. I don't have a pin hole camera not a bad idea though. I pulled all my plugs tonight they were gapped a bit too much for my liking around .28 and a couple at .30. Not liking that. Especially for my power level. I also may consider going to the 12SS couple heat ranges colder just to be sure I am safe. Would rather have carbon build up than plug heat issues.

I am getting more logs done for Chris Crawford tomorrow so he can check things out for me. I also pushed my fuel pressure up about 5 psi above where I was to ensure I am rock solid up top. Chris has me rich right now so may be a bit more rich with the increased fuel pressure but he recommended me to bump it up and I trust him wholeheartedly. Going to dyno as soon very soon will post results.
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