Last edited by Matheus428; 27-01-2005 at 20:42.
strange that its any higher than before...
that oil must be wrong and dont use additives! use a 10w40 in this climate, TBH i dont know how it affects it running in your climate, but if anything you should be going thicker! 10w60 perhaps.
a weaker oil pressure spring might help, but its not something i would do!
Last edited by Matheus428; 27-01-2005 at 20:43.
maybe the oil is too thin,on my turbo mini i had problems with oil leaks when i ran over 15psi it would blow the clutch oil seal all the time due to piston blow-by dunno if thats what it could be how have you lowered your compresion matheus ?
Have you altered the breather system so that it is before the turbo?
Otherwise the boost will pressurise the crankcase.
Last edited by Matheus428; 27-01-2005 at 20:44.
Last edited by Matheus428; 27-01-2005 at 20:45.
there is a breather hose from the throttle body to the cam cover, if your now forcing air into the throttle body some of the charge will be pushed into the cam cover, trough the breather hose beside the dip stick, then into the crank case.
as cris says, the breather hose will have to be plumbed in before the turbo, and the holes in the trottle body blocked off.
Breather system (or crankcase breather) is the pipework and bits that equalise crankcase pressure to atmospheric pressure and send harmfull gasses from the crankcase back into the inlet to be burnt.
On the 2.0 8v its the pipe from the rocker cover to the throttle housing. Don't think there's one from the block.
You will need to either move this pipe from the throttle housing to pre turbo, or use and oil catch tank and let out atmosphere.
Either way you have to block the connection on the throttle.
Last edited by Matheus428; 27-01-2005 at 20:46.