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Old 02-15-2004, 03:48 PM
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Also... that debris left in the oiling system isn't a problem.... nothing unusual at all ....
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Reed, You mean to tell me that's not normal?
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and he will assure you that this is normal too... he told me " you're not showing me anything I haven't seen before"...
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The best is this!!! This tuliped exhaust valve has a three angle grind on it!!!! check it out!


















Hmmmm... looks like only one angle grind to me...

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Eagle or Carrillo?

In todays world, it is almost always "someone else's fault"

Same has happened to me before. Did you catch it before it trashed everything else with in a 3 foot radius?
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Of course this is normal "R"... Normal for the guy that built the engine... perfectly normal...
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and the discoloration from heat wasn't because of lack of oil....... nosireeeeee!
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These pictures are of a Carillo rod... nice ... huh?
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Eagle or Carrillo?

In todays world, it is almost always "someone else's fault"

Same has happened to me before. Did you catch it before it trashed everything else with in a 3 foot radius?
nope.... it trashed the block... but the "expert" said it would be ok... and put new rods, new crank... new pistons... and a new cam into a block that had huge chunks missing in the lower web areas of the cylinders..
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