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Old 08-04-2010, 10:51 PM
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Im saying lifter to.
after reviewing the pics again I would have to agree
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Old 08-04-2010, 10:54 PM
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nope those are the retro lifters when I went over to a roller cam..Shavings of 2 of my pistons when the crank broke and took out the rods, pistons and all.
holy chit, broken crank is somewhat unusual.
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holy chit, broken crank is somewhat unusual.
not with our group of friends....we manage to find a new way to break things...
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not with our group of friends....we manage to find a new way to break things...
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Old 08-04-2010, 11:48 PM
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Cam Bearing? The little circles almost look like the spacers behind the spring in the oil pump.But its been a long time since I had a BB pump apart.
None of which explains the water in the oil.Most likely this damage was caused by the water in the oil.Sorry but I think you need a complete tear down.
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Cam Bearing? The little circles almost look like the spacers behind the spring in the oil pump.But its been a long time since I had a BB pump apart.
None of which explains the water in the oil.Most likely this damage was caused by the water in the oil.Sorry but I think you need a complete tear down.
Unfortunately I think we have a winner. The upper end appears intact, compression is good so the news is bad. If I get time this weekend, I'll dig further into it & let you know what I find.

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The small round pieces appear to be oil metering discs from a hydraulic lifter/lifters. The other stuff looks like bearing material.
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Wonder what's lurking in the oil pan?
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The small round pieces appear to be oil metering discs from a hydraulic lifter/lifters. The other stuff looks like bearing material.
I would tend to agree on the metering discs, however he didn't mention anything about lifter failure.
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im not one to speculate,but my guess is a broken lifter,it does not look like main or rod bearing to me.the round parts look like parts from a hydraulic lifter.what tupe of liftre does the engine use,hyd or hyd roller?
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