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Changed hpop oil

Changed it today just for the hell of it. I only got like half a quart out. When I filled it back up it seemed like it took more. Maybe 3/4 of a quart. Can you add too much oil? Will it hurt anything? Thanks

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No you could actually fill the entire engine from there. Once you get to about 1" down from the top of the reservoir runs out a hole and into the sump...

But I can't leave this topic without saying;

#1 Do NOT listen to Bill Hewitt, this is a TOTAL waste of time.

#2 there is no Such Thing as "HPOP Oil, it's all the same oil, it all flows everywhere in the engine, none of it is "stagnant".

#3 See #1
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don't change it ?
are you kidding ?
did u see what this guy got out of his HPOP ?
he changed it just in time


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NO NO NO NO Bill say's it's SO

Sorry just couldn't resist

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No you could actually fill the entire engine from there. Once you get to about 1" down from the top of the reservoir runs out a hole and into the sump...

But I can't leave this topic without saying;

#1 Do NOT listen to Bill Hewitt, this is a TOTAL waste of time.

#2 there is no Such Thing as "HPOP Oil, it's all the same oil, it all flows everywhere in the engine, none of it is "stagnant".

#3 See #1
Thanks, that's all I wanted to know.

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