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Anyone ever just drop an oil pan to clean out piston drain holes?

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OldPitPonyOldPitPony
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    Interesting though isn’t it !

    The car *seems* to consume oil only if you are running about 3000 rpm or more which makes me think some of the drain back holes are a little filmed over, if you only putter around slow it seems the oil does not go down … then again you don’t go so far either!

    It was actually your video where you opened up the 98 civic motor bottom end which gave me this idea, it looked like there was a clean shot from underneath at the bottom end of the piston. The engine I am talking about is a 1.7 from a 2005 Civic, pretty close.

    My thought processes on this stuff might be a little warped as I used to do motor work on our dirt and street bikes, everything was so simple and easy with them, not like you can pull the motor, pick it up, and bring it down to the basement with these cars though! lol

    Thanks Again!

    p.s. You and your videos truly rock!!!

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