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Old 06-18-2012, 07:19 AM
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Oil loss

Anyone change there own oil and check to see if they get 15q back out? I'm missing 3q the last 2 oil changes, I'm deleted and tuned, intercooler is dry, I run it kinda hard... Any ideas?
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Old 06-18-2012, 11:10 AM
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Out via the ccv, then either burned (if stock) or vented (if modded) would be my guess. I have a closed lop ccv mod and after towing my 20k lb trailer for about 1k miles, I drained a solid two quarts out of it.
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Old 06-18-2012, 11:23 AM
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Wtf, this is stupid, it's already $100 for a oil change, now add a quart a month... Dumb ****
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Old 06-19-2012, 04:19 AM
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Anyone change there own oil and check to see if they get 15q back out? I'm missing 3q the last 2 oil changes, I'm deleted and tuned, intercooler is dry, I run it kinda hard... Any ideas?
"kind of hard" is an understatement. Hahaha. I think a closed loop ccv mod would tell U where it's going...


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My CCV mod vents to the atmosphere and smokes quite a bit but my when I drain the oil I get the exact same out.
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My CCV mod vents to the atmosphere and smokes quite a bit but my when I drain the oil I get the exact same out.
same here.. on hotter days.. it smoke quite a bit more.. but i always check my oil about every 5 days.. looks good on the dip stick everytime, and i always get about 15 qts back on oil change.. and oil analysis has been good the last 2 tests..
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If I'm not towing, my closed loop CCV mod barely collects anything either. But after hooking up the big gooseneck, that changes.
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