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Posted: Tue Oct 14, 2008 12:03 pm 
Getting Side Ways

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Location: newcastle
NSW, Australia

ive seen a undrivable bad smoke machine toyota completly turned around with flushing c apilarie oil sludge out and giving it a sercive with lucas.
i run pretty much half lucas in my paddok bashers and i cant kill the engines if i try i,e valve bouncing , s**t mitsi's .flat changing,
blowing tyres smokin em up etc they usuall end up on a tow truck with no suspension ,bushes,brakes ,clutch,front bar
with the engine still going good

a whole big bottle of lucas and 5lt 10w oil.
fuchs super gto at the moment i think its a semi syn,
is what i use in my falcons and i drive them pretty hard
although ive never owned a ford that blew smoke lucky me
i do well over a 1000kms a week without dramas and the ticky has 260,000km on it
all pointless info i know but im bored
Posted: Tue Oct 14, 2008 1:08 pm 
Parts Gopher
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Age: 60

Posts: 50

Joined: 5th Aug 2006

Ride: AU-III '02 ex-taxi

Location: Windsor Gardens
SA, Australia

So, what would a recommendation be for me?

I just redid the head gasket and replaced the valve guide seals and HLAs, new gaskets on all manifolds (VRS gasket set + rubber Valve Cover gasket and AU head gasket), Stag on the exhaust joints to improve the seal and I also replaced the cam (old one had worn through the case hardening). Also used 20W50 oil with new filter and new sparks.

There was no smoke before, just water vapour when first started in morning/cold. Now I am getting some faintly blue smoke until the motor warms up a little, not just a wisp or two, but bloody great clouds with the noxious spell of burning oil.

I don't get it, the compression is good, there are no leaks and no drips.

As I said, any ideas for this to fix?



Regards, Robert

..... Some people can tell what time it is by looking at the sun, but I have never been able to make out the numbers.

Posted: Tue Oct 14, 2008 6:50 pm 
Getting Side Ways

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Joined: 11th Nov 2007

Ride: f6 rspec

Location: Sydney
NSW, Australia

i just use the nulon engine performance treatment. One bottle with every oil change. its got ptfe which reduces friction and can get a bigger bottle for about $40 bucks but it lasts 80 000km's
 Post subject: Re: Oil additive engine restorers??
Posted: Tue May 12, 2009 1:07 pm 
Oompa Loompa

Age: 29

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Joined: 8th Aug 2008

Location: Hamilton
SA, Australia

are you referring to 3M oil additive? got heard from a friend that this stuff works for him. Btw, I have a plan on trying their cargo liner as well.
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Posted: Tue May 12, 2009 2:10 pm 
Getting Side Ways
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Age: 48

Posts: 6467

Joined: 18th Dec 2006

Ride: 93 ED sedan

Power: 161 rwkw

Location: Rockhampton
QLD, Australia

I have been using Nulon for about 15 years, and haven't had any probs. Even use it in my motorbikes.
I use Penrite oils and Nulon E20 engine oil additive, G70 gear oil additive, and Nulon grease in the wheel bearings. They all work good, especially if the engines, etc are in good condition to start with.
When I do head gaskets on Falcon OHC engines, or the ol X-flows, all ways clean everything.



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