Spitting Oil

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aphughes
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Post by aphughes » Sat Sep 01, 2012 3:30 pm

So I have the silencer on my 990 and I notice that there is a lot of oil around the top of it.

On the exhaust manifold there is quiet a bit of oil too. She recently had 4 new liners put into her. Is this something to worry about or is this normal after liners have been replaced?

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Post by 6-POT-PHIL » Sat Sep 01, 2012 4:51 pm

This is fairly common when engines have been rebuilt, your rings won't be bedded in properly yet. Give it some hard work and it will be fine.

Phil :)
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1960 950 Implematic
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Six in line sounds mighty fine!!

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Post by aphughes » Sat Sep 01, 2012 6:44 pm

Thanks Phil,

That's a weight off my mind.

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Post by willieydb » Mon Sep 03, 2012 1:01 pm

Put new rings in a 900 a few months ago after honing. The rings were an excellent fit and this oil coming out the exhaust manifold and exhaust pipe was disconcerting. I drove it to the W.A. tractor museum cuppla weeks ago about 2/3 throttle ; 29km, and by the time I got there the problem had disappeared. Sounds like ring bedding in might be the correct answer
Willie W.Australia

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