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Oil in cylinder 1!?

Discussion in 'Engine Tech / Drivetrain' started by civic92si, Apr 22, 2009.

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  1. civic92si

    civic92si Gina my Lady in red Registered VIP 5+ Year Member

    May 22, 2006
    I hope my piston ring are still good....but cylinder 1 has some oil in it (piston is kind of wet) does this mean i blew my piston ring? blue smoke coming from my exhaust...just broke in the motor...all spark plug are dry..but cylinder 1 is wet...should i do a compression test?

    Brand new bottom end. Bore and hone with piston & rod. (SRP & EAGLE ROD)


    I did the compression test. Since my Piston and rod are forge i figure it shouldnt be around 180?

    SRP piston 9:1 81.5MM
    Eagle Rod H Beam

    Compression result.

    Cylinder 1: 210 around 210) (this one have a bit of oil on piston)
    Cylinder 2: 190 (around 190)
    Cylinder 3: 210 (around 210)
    Cylinder 4: 210 (around 210)


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